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LCMH lights 'pink tree' in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Posted on October 1, 2021

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LAWRENCEVILLE — Lawrence County Memorial Hospital kicked off Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Sept. 30 with a ceremony held in honor of lighting the “pink tree” which is located at the front entrance of the hospital. Much like the tree that surrounds the flag pole in front of the facility during the Christmas season, the tree is lit with pink lights during the month of October to honor all those who are fighting the fight, have fought the fight and those who lost the fight to breast cancer.

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