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Downtown ‘pink-out’ for cancer awareness










Whitesburg City Council Member Freda McFall (pictured front and center) is pictured with her granddaughters Alexis Johnson and Paige Caudill, her grandson Josh McFall and her daughter Stephanie Johnson. Josh McFall decorated the front of Whitesburg City Hall in observance of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in honor of his grandmother, who is battling breast cancer.

Whitesburg City Council Member Freda McFall (pictured front and center) is pictured with her granddaughters Alexis Johnson and Paige Caudill, her grandson Josh McFall and her daughter Stephanie Johnson. Josh McFall decorated the front of Whitesburg City Hall in observance of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in honor of his grandmother, who is battling breast cancer.

A pink ribbon made of flowers was on display in front of Whitesburg Florist.

A pink ribbon made of flowers was on display in front of Whitesburg Florist.

Narramore Dentistry employees Natisha Lewis and Holly Back dressed as “pink ladies” Oct. 14 in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Narramore Dentistry employees Natisha Lewis and Holly Back dressed as “pink ladies” Oct. 14 in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Employees of Dr. Collins Rural Health also joined in the fun. They are (front row, left to right) Cathy Campbell, Crystal Sparkman, Tilitha Sperger, Wanda Moore, Katina Benton, (back row) Dr. Bill Collins, Sue Holbrook, Kristi Roark, Carol Whitt, Tracy Day, Bernadine Miracle and Melissa Halcomb.

Employees of Dr. Collins Rural Health also joined in the fun. They are (front row, left to right) Cathy Campbell, Crystal Sparkman, Tilitha Sperger, Wanda Moore, Katina Benton, (back row) Dr. Bill Collins, Sue Holbrook, Kristi Roark, Carol Whitt, Tracy Day, Bernadine Miracle and Melissa Halcomb.

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