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Album: Susan G. Komen’s 3-Day Walk for the Cure - 2011


Susan G. Komen’s 3-Day Walk for the Cure - 2011 Walkers again took to the streets in their pink garb on October 28, 2011, supporting the Susan G. Komen’s “3-Day for the Cure” walk for breast cancer awareness. Pinellas Suncoast for the second year in a row dressed up the fire trucks and workers in pink ribbons and bows in support of the walkers and their cause. Our cheering squad was made up of the on-duty crew and volunteers of the Indian Rocks Volunteer Firemen’s Association. Family and friends also joined in the fun. Walkers were made up of both men and women clad in everything from headdresses and tutus, to pink bras. Our replenishment station offered the walkers not only heartfelt enthusiasm but ice cold water for the remainder of their 20-mile walk.

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Album: PINELLAS SUNCOAST CHEERS ON WALKERS IN THE 3-DAY FOR THE CURE


Crews and staff at Pinellas Suncoast Fire & Rescue decorated their reserve engine and squad and set up a replenishment area at Station 27 in Indian Rocks Beach in support of the walkers who took part in the Susan G. Komen “3-Day for the Cure” event. On Friday, October 29, the walkers started at Sand Key and traveled a 20-mile route that took them right in front of the fire station. Decorated all in pink ribbons and bows, the replenishment area offered ice cold bottled water, candy, and spritz of water from pink spray bottles. Walkers clad in everything from tutus to bras stopped to have their pictures taken with the firefighters. The firefighters and volunteers of Pinellas Suncoast were eager to offer their enthusiasm and support for this worthwhile cause.

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