The impression she has left with me will ensure that I return many times in the future.
EDDIE L. KIDD
Soldier and Family Assistance Program manager
U.S. Army Recruiting Command
TO THE EDITOR: On behalf of the Cancer Services Program of Clinton County’s Think Pink Committee, we would like to thank everyone who made the Glow Pink Concert a huge success, especially all those who attended.
The Glow Pink Concert took place at the Rouses Point Civic Center Stage on Friday Sept. 28. There was a great turnout; more than 120 people from the community attended.
We would like to thank the Village of Rouses Point for allowing us to use their beautiful stage and facility; The Boobie Sisters, the Back Porch Band and Janalee Cummings, for donating their time and talent; and the committee members and volunteers for all their help and commitment to promoting breast-cancer screenings in our community.
The committee would also like to thank all of the local businesses that generously donating prizes for this event, including the Koffee Kat, Mainly Lobster, Michigan’s Plus, Gino’s Pizza, Cornerstone Drug & Gift, Cornelia Street Dunkin Donuts, Cornelia Street Kinney Drugs, JLC Nails, Applebee’s and Price Chopper.
A big thank you also goes out to Papa John’s, Dunkin Donuts and Rulfs Orchard for donating all of the refreshments for the concert.
Finally, we would like to thank our friends from Guardian of the Ribbon Pink Fire Truck for partnering with us for the concert.
It is our hope that this concert encourages women to get screened for breast cancer. Early detection truly is your best protection.
If you or anyone you know has not been screened. please call a local physician to schedule an appointment. If you do not have health insurance, call the Cancer Services Program of Clinton County at 562-7112 to see if you may be eligible for a free breast screening.