Thanks for Pink Flag support

  • Thursday, November 5, 2015 9:46am
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All of us at Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic extend our thanks to the many wonderful organizations that proudly displayed pink flags throughout the month of October as sponsors of our Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Flag Campaign. 

Each pink flag represented a donation that helps local families by supporting access to breast cancer screening, treatment, education and other support services provided at no cost through Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic in partnership with South Peninsula Hospital and the Alaska Breast and Cervical Health Check Program. 

Our gratitude goes to all our generous 2015 Pink Flag Sponsors: Alaska Boats & Permits, Alaska Training Room, Alaska USA Credit Union, Alice’s Champagne Palace, All About You Nail Salon, American Legion, Art Shop Gallery, Barb’s Video, Bay Realty, Baycrest Greenhouse, Bear Creek Winery, Captain’s Coffee Roasting Co., The Classic Cook, Cosmic Kitchen, Down East Saloon, Homer Bookstore, Homer Electric Association Inc., Homer Medical Center, Homer Veterinary Clinic, Homer’s Jeans, K Bay Caffe & Roasting Company, Kharacters, Mako’s Water Taxi, Ninilchick Traditional Council, NOMAR, North Wind Home Collection, Oodalolly, Puffin Electric Inc., Salty Dawg Saloon, South Peninsula Hospital, Spenard Builders Supply, Story Real Estate, Sustainable Wares, Tech Connect, The Alibi, The Grog Shop, Timeless Toys, Ulmer’s Drug & Hardware, VBS Heating and Wells Fargo

We thank you for your partnership and commitment to women’s health.

Heather O’Connor, executive director

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic

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