Bluffton vehicle dealership proudly sponsors community breast cancer walk

Modesto Morganelli
Ottobre 13, 2017

According to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, regular screenings with mammograms have resulted in 30% fewer deaths from breast cancer.

This year's walk takes place on Saturday, Oct. 14, beginning and ending at the Red Cedar Elementary School, 10 Box Elder Bluffton. All walkers will proceed around the CedarBridge grounds.

When LaVerne Eve, a staff member at CedarBridge Academy, was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer in 2014, it came as a shock to her.

Last year Mrs LePage, a personal care teacher, lost her battle with breast cancer.

A statement from the school said: “It had gone undetected until it physically manifested itself as a lump.

“Ms Eves daughter, Theresa Francis, says that getting tested is by far the best choice you can make for your life.

The school said that the walk is scheduled to begin at 2.50pm, with S1 student Ezequiel Jiminez providing commentary.

The friends put the entry together in her honor.

For more information on all school fundraising events in support of the Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre, contact Tracey Trott or Rhonda Edwards-Adams on 441-296-5665 at CedarBridge Academy.

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