Supporting breast cancer awareness


Courtesy photos Harlan County FRYSC sponsored a breast cancer Awareness luncheon at the Harlan County Extension Depot.


The Leadership Students at Harlan Independent School District sponsored a Cancer Awareness Walk. The whole district participated in a cancer walk to support one of the district employees battling the disease. Two district employees who are breast cancer survivors were guests of honor, Debby Howard and Patty Clark. Elementary student Jason Napier, a cancer survivor, also participated in the walk. The money raised will go to Cindy Brassfield, district employee currently battling the disease.


The Cumberland Elementary School Family Resource and Youth Services Center and the James A. Cawood Elementary School FRYSC sponsored a breast cancer awareness program for the community on Oct. 7. The program’s guest speaker was Chris Lewis from Quantum Health Care, located in Cumberland. Attendees were given free information on how to perform breast exams and what to look for. Several breast cancer survivors also spoke to the group about the importance of getting the exams and screenings. Those attending were given packets containing information and other goodies. Door prizes and refreshments were also provided.


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Harlan County FRYSC sponsored a breast cancer Awareness luncheon at the Harlan County Extension Depot.

The Leadership Students at Harlan Independent School District sponsored a Cancer Awareness Walk. The whole district participated in a cancer walk to support one of the district employees battling the disease. Two district employees who are breast cancer survivors were guests of honor, Debby Howard and Patty Clark. Elementary student Jason Napier, a cancer survivor, also participated in the walk. The money raised will go to Cindy Brassfield, district employee currently battling the disease.

The Cumberland Elementary School Family Resource and Youth Services Center and the James A. Cawood Elementary School FRYSC sponsored a breast cancer awareness program for the community on Oct. 7. The program’s guest speaker was Chris Lewis from Quantum Health Care, located in Cumberland. Attendees were given free information on how to perform breast exams and what to look for. Several breast cancer survivors also spoke to the group about the importance of getting the exams and screenings. Those attending were given packets containing information and other goodies. Door prizes and refreshments were also provided.

Courtesy photos Harlan County FRYSC sponsored a breast cancer Awareness luncheon at the Harlan County Extension Depot.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Harlan-Co.-Awareness.jpgCourtesy photos Harlan County FRYSC sponsored a breast cancer Awareness luncheon at the Harlan County Extension Depot.

The Leadership Students at Harlan Independent School District sponsored a Cancer Awareness Walk. The whole district participated in a cancer walk to support one of the district employees battling the disease. Two district employees who are breast cancer survivors were guests of honor, Debby Howard and Patty Clark. Elementary student Jason Napier, a cancer survivor, also participated in the walk. The money raised will go to Cindy Brassfield, district employee currently battling the disease.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Cumb-Awareness.jpgThe Leadership Students at Harlan Independent School District sponsored a Cancer Awareness Walk. The whole district participated in a cancer walk to support one of the district employees battling the disease. Two district employees who are breast cancer survivors were guests of honor, Debby Howard and Patty Clark. Elementary student Jason Napier, a cancer survivor, also participated in the walk. The money raised will go to Cindy Brassfield, district employee currently battling the disease.

The Cumberland Elementary School Family Resource and Youth Services Center and the James A. Cawood Elementary School FRYSC sponsored a breast cancer awareness program for the community on Oct. 7. The program’s guest speaker was Chris Lewis from Quantum Health Care, located in Cumberland. Attendees were given free information on how to perform breast exams and what to look for. Several breast cancer survivors also spoke to the group about the importance of getting the exams and screenings. Those attending were given packets containing information and other goodies. Door prizes and refreshments were also provided.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Harlan-Awareness.jpgThe Cumberland Elementary School Family Resource and Youth Services Center and the James A. Cawood Elementary School FRYSC sponsored a breast cancer awareness program for the community on Oct. 7. The program’s guest speaker was Chris Lewis from Quantum Health Care, located in Cumberland. Attendees were given free information on how to perform breast exams and what to look for. Several breast cancer survivors also spoke to the group about the importance of getting the exams and screenings. Those attending were given packets containing information and other goodies. Door prizes and refreshments were also provided.
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