September 28 will be the Pink Out Event at Town Hall. A Health Fair which is free and open to the public in the Opera House will be offered from 3-7 pm. The Health screenings offered included: blood pressure checks, skin cancer screenings, Maze Hearing, Prescription Bliss, Peak Performance Holistic Health, Kayatin Chiropractic, Hickory Medical, Affiliated Dermatology, Fearless Strength and Conditioning, Homegrown Yoga and Pilates, Heaven's Dew, and Mary Rutan Health. In the northside parking lot the Mobile Mammogram Clinic will be set up to offer mammograms. A meal will be provided in the Firehouse for survivors, high school cheerleaders and football players along with the Little Tigers football players and cheerleaders from 6:30-7:30 pm. At 7:30 pm the Pink Out Event will take place at the Town Hall Gazebo on the north lawn. Ending with a survivor’s lap of the downtown decorated storefronts.
On October 6 at the West Liberty - Salem versus Mechanicsburg football game, a survivors’ parade will occur during the pre-game at 6:30 pm. Fans at the game are invited to wear pink to celebrate our survivors.
Those interested in supporting this important fundraiser may sponsor a flag, purchase a shirt or donate money by picking up a form in the Clerk's Office. Shirts will be offered through the Logan County Cancer Society and WL-S for the pink out events.
The West Liberty Pink Out Event is coordinated with the Logan County Cancer Society partnering with the West Liberty Pink Out Committee.
A special thank you to West Liberty Athletic Director - Morgan Sullivan, Hickory Medical - Steve Barth, WL-S Cheer Coach - Allison Wygal , WL-S Football Liaison Eli Wilcoxon , WLBA President Heather Chamberlain, Councilman Trent Spriggs, and Logan County Cancer Society Tammy Allison and Christie Barnes for their help in making these events happen. The public is encouraged to be a part of all these events to support our survivors.
For more information or to register as a survivor contact the Clerk’s Office or email firstname.lastname@example.org by September 12.
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