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 Greenwich Firefighters Raise Funds for the Breast Center at Greenwich Hospital

Greenwich, Conn.  (October 1) –  Pink is not ordinarily a color associated with rugged firefighters, but the men and women in the Greenwich Fire Department are proud to wear pink during the month of October to raise awareness and funds for Greenwich Hospital's Breast Center and the Connecticut Chapter of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.  In its sixth year, the "Proud to Wear Pink" campaign during Breast Cancer Awareness month features the sale of pink and blue t-shirts, $15 for short sleeve, $20 for long sleeve, which are available at Greenwich fire stations or may be ordered through Greenwich Hospital Foundation at or by calling 203-863-3863. The Breast Center at Greenwich Hospital offers comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services with nationally recogized physicians, nurses and technicians. Survival rates at Greenwich Hospital's Breast Center exceed the national average.

Learn more about the Proud to Wear Pink campaign.







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to benefit Oncology Services
featuring Joan Lunden, Master of Ceremonies
and honoring Terry Betteridge with the President's Award

Saturday, October 24
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