King Philip Regional School District Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to share that King Philip Regional High School recently took part in recognizing National Breast Cancer Awareness Month through a Paint the School Pink event.
NEWBURYPORT — City Marshal Mark Murray is pleased to announce that the Tough Warrior Princesses’ Quilt of Hope is on display at the Newburyport Police Department, as both a sign of support for women battling breast cancer and in an effort to spread awareness.
Rockland High School Principal John Harrison and Rockland Middle School Principal Beth Bohn are pleased to announce that Rockland students from both schools participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Sunday, Sept. 29.
Chief Scott Allen is pleased to share that the East Bridgewater Police Department is participating in the Pink Patch Project this month.
Chief George McNeil is pleased to announce that the Somerset Police Department will be participating in the Pink Patch Project for the first time this year.
Police Chief Terence M. Delehanty is pleased to announce that the Winthrop Police Department will honor all those affected by breast cancer this month.
Chief James Donovan is pleased to announce that the Raynham Police Department will be participating in the Pink Patch Project.
GEORGETOWN – Chief Fred Mitchell Jr. is pleased to announce that members of the Georgetown Fire Department have been wearing pink shirts throughout October to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM).
GLOUCESTER — Chief Eric Smith is pleased to announce that the Gloucester Fire Department will be wearing pink t-shirts throughout October to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM).
Chief John Horvath announces that all members of the Rockport Police Department will wear pink bands on their badges from Oct. 4-Oct. 11 in support of the Massachusetts Coalition of Police’s (C.O.P.) Awareness Campaign for Breast Cancer.