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Embracing Hope, Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Ashlar Park

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Ashlar Park. All In.

For nearly four decades, the nation has marked October as a significant milestone – National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. At Ashlar Park, we proudly stand side by side with our community to honor this important month. It’s a time that resonates deeply with all of us, as we amplify our voices in solidarity with those whose lives have been touched by breast cancer.

Throughout these 31 days, and all year long, organizations like Susan G. Komen and Breast Cancer Now aim to emphasize education, advocate for early detection, and champion screenings and prevention.

The legacy of Breast Cancer Awareness Month dates back to 1985 when it started as a week-long awareness campaign. Over the years, it has grown into a powerful month-long movement, symbolized by the iconic pink ribbon introduced in 1992.

Donning the emblematic pink ribbon, we honor survivors, cherish the memory of those no longer with us, and promote the progress against breast cancer. Learn more about the Pink Ribbon’s significance and the story of Susan G. Komen for the Cure here

Join us in embracing hope, fostering awareness, and making a difference in the fight against breast cancer. Together, let’s paint October pink with resilience and determination. Explore the possibilities of change with us at Ashlar Park!

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