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Pink Ink: Walking Side-By-Side

  I’ve had the pleasure of serving on the Seattle 3-Day Route Safety crew with Tom since 2010 (he rides a Harley). Tom’s wife Colleen is a six-year breast cancer survivor – she walked in 2009 before they both decided they wanted to be a part of the crew. Their devotion to each other is […]

Pink Ink: Flower & Butterfly Tattoo with a Pink Ribbon Twist

I met Blanche at a fundraising event for Team Tracy this summer, but she’s member of The Pink Penguins 3-Day team (and former co-captain of top 3 team Hello Cupcake) She’s also good friends and teammates with Aubrey, whose hope tattoo was featured earlier this month. Blanche turned 40 in 2004 and decided to walk in her […]

Another Way to Give: Cancer Research Studies Save Lives

Interested in helping fight cancer? Organizations focused on programs and services related to cancer are always happy to receive your financial donations, and they can’t survive without volunteers who give precious time. But there’s another way you can help combat cancer, one that typically takes little time and won’t cost you a penny. Research studies […]

Pink Ink: A Ribbon Tattoo in Memory of Tana

I met Susan and her friend Joan on the first day of the 2013 Seattle 3-Day, as I was riding alongside some walkers nearing the 20-mile mark. I thought I could see the outline of a pink ribbon tattoo between Susan’s shoulder blades, but there wasn’t one. She did, however, have a pink ribbon on […]

Pink Ink: Her Horse Carried Her Through Recovery

Patti and I met on this year’s Seattle 3-Day Route Safety crew as fellow bicyclists. It was her first year on crew, but her second 3-Day… she walked in Seattle last year, just nine months after her breast cancer diagnosis. In the months following her diagnosis, Patti learned she carries the BRCA1 gene mutation, had surgery […]

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