Brakes on breast cancer


Cars were already lined up at 6 a.m. Tuesday for the ninth annual Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, M.D., Regional Cancer Center, said student volunteer Michael Persson, who wore a pink tutu for the occasion. The popular breast cancer awareness event attracts morning drive-time motorists for a free to-go breakfast, information on breast cancer screening and digital mammography, and giveaways. Student volunteers from nearby Wilmington High School included members of the WHS groups Interact, the National Honor Society and the Key Club.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Student volunteers Tuesday morning occupied the sidewalk near a West Locust Street entrance to the Foster J. Boyd, M.D., Regional Cancer Center parking lot where motorists received a free breakfast, information on breast cancer and giveaways as part of Brake for Breakfast.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Cars were already lined up at 6 a.m. Tuesday for the ninth annual Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, M.D., Regional Cancer Center, said student volunteer Michael Persson, who wore a pink tutu for the occasion. The popular breast cancer awareness event attracts morning drive-time motorists for a free to-go breakfast, information on breast cancer screening and digital mammography, and giveaways. Student volunteers from nearby Wilmington High School included members of the WHS groups Interact, the National Honor Society and the Key Club.

Student volunteers Tuesday morning occupied the sidewalk near a West Locust Street entrance to the Foster J. Boyd, M.D., Regional Cancer Center parking lot where motorists received a free breakfast, information on breast cancer and giveaways as part of Brake for Breakfast.

Cars were already lined up at 6 a.m. Tuesday for the ninth annual Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, M.D., Regional Cancer Center, said student volunteer Michael Persson, who wore a pink tutu for the occasion. The popular breast cancer awareness event attracts morning drive-time motorists for a free to-go breakfast, information on breast cancer screening and digital mammography, and giveaways. Student volunteers from nearby Wilmington High School included members of the WHS groups Interact, the National Honor Society and the Key Club.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_spontaneous.jpgCars were already lined up at 6 a.m. Tuesday for the ninth annual Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, M.D., Regional Cancer Center, said student volunteer Michael Persson, who wore a pink tutu for the occasion. The popular breast cancer awareness event attracts morning drive-time motorists for a free to-go breakfast, information on breast cancer screening and digital mammography, and giveaways. Student volunteers from nearby Wilmington High School included members of the WHS groups Interact, the National Honor Society and the Key Club. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Student volunteers Tuesday morning occupied the sidewalk near a West Locust Street entrance to the Foster J. Boyd, M.D., Regional Cancer Center parking lot where motorists received a free breakfast, information on breast cancer and giveaways as part of Brake for Breakfast.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_posed.jpgStudent volunteers Tuesday morning occupied the sidewalk near a West Locust Street entrance to the Foster J. Boyd, M.D., Regional Cancer Center parking lot where motorists received a free breakfast, information on breast cancer and giveaways as part of Brake for Breakfast. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal
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