Turn the town PINK

The 2014 Turn the Town Pink campaign was kicked off by people hanging pink ribbons around town as well as a ceremony held at One Summit Square downtown Fort Wayne, IN on Friday May 9, 2014. The 2014 campaign is to help raise awareness and money to help combat breast cancer.

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Breast cancer campaign pinks up the park

Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette
Angela Ratliff, left, and Pam Foster hang bows Friday at Freimann Square on Wear Pink Day, part of the Turn the Town Pink campaign. The annual monthlong effort by the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer helps raise awareness and money for breast cancer research.

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