TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Volunteers were out bright and early Saturday morning to paint the pink Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Ribbon.
You can check out the volunteers’ handiwork at the intersection of 25th and Poplar in Terre Haute.
Volunteers say the ribbon is to honor those battling breast cancer, survivors, and those who have lost their fight.
Volunteers are painting to spread awareness for the upcoming Race for the Cure.
That will take place next Saturday, October 7th at the Meadows Shopping Center at 25th and Poplar.
If you’re wondering about packet pick-up dates, times and locations, click here.
For the race day schedule, click here!
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