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Pink Fire Truck Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness In North Hempstead


For Immediate Release                                                                            Media Contacts: Collin Nash, Sid Nathan, and Jason Elan
September 22, 2011                                                                                                                                                        (516) 869-7794

Pink Fire Truck Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness In North Hempstead
North Hempstead, NYHosting the kick-off of a local wellness fair to support the fight against women’s cancers, North Hempstead elected officials last week welcomed representatives of two breast cancer groups to Town Hall to help raise awareness about the disease. During the brief morning reception on the steps of Town Hall, Town officials greeted representatives from the Manhasset Women's Coalition Against Breast Cancer (MWCABC), the Manhasset-Lakeville and Plandome Fire Departments, and a national organization of firefighters known as the "Pink Heals". The Monday Sept. 19 Pink Fire Truck Wellness Fair at the Manhasset-Lakeville Company #1 firehouse at Bayview Avenue featured presentations, demonstrations and information tables. Comprised of firefighters who lend their time to travel the country in pink fire gear, “Pink Heals” volunteers were on hand, with their pink fire truck, to help promote the wellness fair.


North Hempstead Elected Officials and members of the fire department gather on the steps of Town Hall

Councilwoman Maria-Christina Poons and Councilwoman Lee Seeman sign the Pink Fire Truck to raise awareness for Breast Cancer.

Town Clerk Leslie Gross, who spoke of her mother’s battle with breast cancer, also signs the Pink Fire Truck.

Receiver Charles Berman signs the Pink Fire Truck to Promote Breast Cancer Awareness

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