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Community members gathered at the Salt River Fitness Center on Tuesday, October 13, to honor breast cancer survivors and those who lost their battle to breast cancer.


Pink Warriors Empower Community During Breast Cancer Awareness Month
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Imagine yourself in a room with eight women you love. They can include your wife, grandmother, mother, sisters, aunts, daughters and friends. According to BreastCancer.org, about 1 in 8 U.S. women (about 12 percent) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. That means of the eight women you visually placed in that room, one of them will develop breast cancer.
 
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Events Calendar
7 FUTURE SUN DEVIL FAMILY DAY, 9 a.m. - noon, ASU Tempe, Memorial Union, Arizona Ballroom. Parents and students are invited to ASU to learn about college preparation and affordability. Tips and advice from current ASU students about their pathway to ASU. Contact Chris McIntier at (480) 362-2522 or Access ASU at (480) 965-6060.
7/8 RED MOUNTAIN EAGLE POW-WOW at the SR baseball Field grand entry starts at 1 p.m. both saturday and sunday, Emcees: Hal Eagle Tail, Bart Powakee. Host Drums: Northern Cree, Thunder Hill. Info: Bill Hayes (208) 241-2175

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SRHS VETS TRIBUTE the SRHS band will perform at the high school, for more info call SRHS at (480) 362-2000

10 ANNUAL SRPMIC KIDS TRIATHLON swim, bike and run, open to SRPMIC youth ages 7-17. Event starts at 10 a.m. at Lehi Community Center
11 VETERANS DAY Tribal Offices Closed and No School for Mesa Public and SR Community Schools

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