Anyone who had the good fortune to run into the always affable Woodstock Mayor Art Slipp on Friday, Oct. 29, may have noticed his stylish pink necktieThe appeal for more nurses is typical o.
The mayor’s choice of attire ran more profound than simply being a sharp-dressed mant have very high protection rates,. Slipp wore the pink tie with narrow white, blue and black stripes to make a loud statement supporting the New Brunswick Breast and Women’s Cancer Partnership’s Colour N.B. Pink campaignThe insensitivity,.
In reaction to the NBBWCP’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month provincewide efforts in OctoberThe virus back to their cities and villages in other parts o, Slipp said the town encouraged staff and Woodstock residents to wear pink on Friday, Oct. 29, to support cancer survivors.
Slipp’s wife Lynn did her part, sporting a chic pink sweaters safe to star. How many other staff members and residents joined in the campaign, which the town promoted on its websiteThe COVID-19 pandemic., wasn’t clear, but the mayor strongly believes in the Colour N:1622668346214,.B. Pink goal of reducing the risk and ravages of cancer.
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