Burton firefighter John Parry presents a shirt Tuesday to cancer survivor Theresa Manning at the Burton Fire Station. The presentation kicks off a campaign by the Burton and Lady's Island-St. Helena fire districts to raise money for breast cancer research.
Burton firefighter John Parry presents a shirt Tuesday to cancer survivor Theresa Manning at the Burton Fire Station. The presentation kicks off a campaign by the Burton and Lady's Island-St. Helena fire districts to raise money for breast cancer research. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette
Burton firefighter John Parry presents a shirt Tuesday to cancer survivor Theresa Manning at the Burton Fire Station. The presentation kicks off a campaign by the Burton and Lady's Island-St. Helena fire districts to raise money for breast cancer research. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette

Firefighters wear pink to urge breast cancer awareness, screenings

October 04, 2011 06:30 PM

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