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September 1, 2014

Karrie Gray, left, of Spokane, and Lisa Lovelace, of Bellevue, pass a mural in Colby Avenue in Everett on Saturday, the second day of the annual Breast Cancer 3-Day.

Karrie Gray, left, of Spokane, and Lisa Lovelace, of Bellevue, pass a mural in Colby Avenue in Everett on Saturday, the second day of the annual Breast Cancer 3-Day.

Photographer: Alan Berner/ The Seattle Times

These two women are wearing pink. Pink is the symbol for breast cancer. The women are walking 60 miles in three days. Many other women and some men walk, too. They want people to learn about breast cancer. They want people to give money to fight breast cancer. In 2013, 1, 100 walkers raised $2.9 million dollars to fight breast cancer. The 2014 Breast Cancer Walk in Seattle is September 18-20.


Published September 2014

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