Community involvement with TETWP

Dear Editor;
Ponoka Family and Community Support Services acknowledge on behalf of the community, everyone involved with the “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” Breast Cancer Campaign during the Ponoka Stampede.

Dear Editor;

Ponoka Family and Community Support Services acknowledge on behalf of the community, everyone involved with the “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” Breast Cancer Campaign during the Ponoka Stampede. The Ponoka Stampede Association; Debby Grant, DTHR Breast Health Team; Pat Lipton, Ponoka Town Centre Community Stampede Pancake Breakfast; 65 – Ponoka Squadron Royal Canadian Air Cadets. To the many volunteers who donated their time in the “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” booths during the stampede, and also to those who contributed monetarily. Ponoka FCSS received $7,727.46 to establish a “Breast Cancer Fund”. Any members of the community undergoing breast cancer treatment are eligible to access these funds. We appreciate the opportunity to manage the funds on behalf of the community. We are truly grateful to the Ponoka Stampede Association for taking the initiative by sponsoring this program and keeping a great portion of the funds in our community.

Joanne Comeau

Executive Director, Ponoka FCSS

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