CedarBridge Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

October 2, 2015

CedarBridge Academy kicked off the month of October by supporting Breast Cancer Awareness, with one third of the school’s staff purchasing t-shirts.

Staff were invited to wear their shirts yesterday [Oct 1], with an additional Wear it Pink Denim Day today.

A spokesperson said, “As part of Breast Cancer Awareness, each assembly has discussed the impact of breast cancer on the lives of others, letting students know that one out of eight women will contract breast cancer and the effects breast cancer have on families.”

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“Mr. Duval Robinson spoke of the personal impact breast cancer has had on his immediate family. Students and advisers were shown photos of persons who have had some contact or relationship with CedarBridge Academy, and have either survived breast cancer or succumbed to the disease, including family members of former students, staff members, and others.

“In an effort to raise funds, students have been invited to participate in the BF&M Breast Cancer Awareness Walk and Health fair at Barr’s Park. On October 21, CedarBridge Academy will offer their traditional breakfast, where teachers bring baked goods and staff donate funds, all in an effort to raise funds for Breast Cancer Awareness.

“Ms. Tracey Trott and Mr. Duval Robinson are the chairpersons of CedarBridge Academy Breast Cancer Awareness Committee. They organize all events for Breast Cancer at the school.”

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  1. overboardhope says:

    Well done Cedarbridge!

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