Think Pink

Indian Creek Elementary School teaching veteran April Doherty will serve as the keynote speaker at this year’s Women In Business: Think Pink event. April is pictured above with her husband, local law enforcement officer Pat Doherty, and their two children, Keely and Finn.

Indian Creek Teacher To Serve As Keynote Speaker At Chamber’s ‘Think Pink’ Event

Luke Roberts
Enterprise Staff Writer

The local Hungry Howie’s is continuing its tradition of supporting breast cancer awareness month by once again participating in the company’s national ‘Love, Hope, & Pizza’ campaign. The business will be sporting pink ‘Love, Hope, & Pizza’ t-shirts and will be serving their pizza in pink boxes to support the cause. To order any of the ‘Love, Hope, & Pizza’ merchandise, visit www.hungryhowies.com. All proceeds from the merchandise will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Pictured (L-R): Kelsey Smith, Keith Smith, and Joell Smith. –Photo by Kristen Kitchens, Enterprise Staff Writer 

Hungry Howie’s Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month For 8th Year

The staff of Crosby Equipment, members of Beta Sigma Phi, and local breast cancer survivors met at Crosby Equipment this week to see the pink excavator that has been on display in front of Crosby Equipment. The excavator is traveling to several states on a tour and will be auctioned off in Las Vegas next March with 100% of the funds being donated to Susan G. Komen and the Yes, Mamm program. –Photo by Kristen Kitchens, Enterprise Staff Writer 

Pink Excavator Makes Stop In Douglas On Southern Tour

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