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PROJECT PINK TAPE KMHA
Submitted By AdamJ on Monday, September 26, 2016
PROJECT PINK TAPE KMHA

In Cooperation with the Canadian Cancer Society Blue Water Chapter “Pigs of Hope” are joining the fight to promote cancer Awareness. Teams will be contacted shortly as to how they can join the fight!

For information on Project Pink Tape or to join the fight please contact Adam Janes at [email protected]

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