I love this woman, thank you Debbie Turner for all you do, I wore pink to the John Land Community Trust Gala tonight to also honor the Debbie Turner Cancer Center.
Thank you Mayor Bryan Nelson for lighting up Apopka City hall for BREAST CANCER AWARENESS.
Raising money for the 7th Annual Breast Fest the Apopka Elk’s Lodge #2422.
A great big thank you goes out to Beef ‘O’ Brady’s And their team the Apopka police dept, Apopka Fire dept, Apopka Rotary club, my board and volunteers and all our community support we can not fight this battle alone.
A great big thanks goes out to Steve White at Porkies And there staff also to the Apopka Fire Chief Chuck Carnesaleand his team for a great day! We have a great community and we can not help our Cancer families without people like you.
The pink T-shirts will have front artwork mixing the fire department’s logo with the traditional pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness. The back artwork will show your support for the fire department and Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.
Sizes available are adult small-XXXL and youth medium and large. The cost is $20 for adult shirts and $15 for youth sizes, shirts are officially on sale now and can be purchased at the Apopka Fire Department administration office located next to city hall at 175 E. 5th Street (use the Forest Ave. admin entrance) Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.
Firefighters will wear the pink T-shirts throughout the month of October and is common among fire departments to show support for breast cancer awareness…