Tammy Mondrick can cross driving in a demolition derby off her bucket list. The Lee Center woman always wanted to take part and after surviving breast cancer, she decided to stop wishing and start doing.
Brett and Alicia Lein have three daughters. Brett is a tattoo artist, and every October he does pink ribbon tattoos to raise money for a phenomenal cause that helps women fighting breast cancer. With the nice weather upon us, Brett and Alicia's girls decided they wanted to follow in Daddy's footsteps. They are selling their own tattoos at a booth for $1 and the same great cause.
Earlier I brought you the story of a Dewitt man trying to collect one million bottles and cans, to raise money for breast cancer. Today I got the chance to talk to him and see how his mission was going.
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