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Primetime Women informing the Community

By Floyd Miller



The Primetime Woman’s Ministry at the 10th and Trailway Church of Christ sponsored cancer awareness program on October the 11th, The key note speaker was Ms. Suzanne Starr. Entertainment was provided by Ms. {{more}} Norene White, Ms. Miras and Dorothy Wiseman recognized the cancer survivors. Nixon read a poem entitled “A room full of sisters”. Final remarks were made by Mrs. Alice Whaley who also served as coordinator of the program. She said that African-American woman have a lower incident of cancer, but their survival rate is lower because in most cases they are late receiving treatment.After Mrs. Nina Hayes said a prayer, the group of ladies released white balloons into the air in memory of loved ones who has passed on.Left Ree Titus visits with another participant at the Cancer Awareness Program. Photo by Floyd Miller

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