Read article submitted by reporter Stephen Dawkins providing coverage of the September 6, 2016 Hoover City Council meeting.
Madison County Record Reports on Awareness Campaign
Article submitted by Gregg Parker
See online coverage here of Mayor Troy Trulock's visit to the Lilites of the Valley organization and proclamation presented.
REV Birmingham to Light Downtown Tunnels in Teal
GYN Cancer Awareness Month to Kick-Off in early September
The Laura Crandall Brown Foundation and A State of Teal have joined with REV Birmingham to have the downtown tunnels lit in teal beginning September 6th. See the full article in a recent E-Newsletter published by REV Birmingham by clicking here.
Thanks to Beth Shelburne of WBRC Fox6 for Promoting A State of Teal
Fox6 Anchor Beth Shelburne's August 31 Post Features our GYN Cancer Awareness Campaign
The Contiarc will be lit up the entire month of September
If you drive on highway I-65 in North Birmingham, you will notice a beautiful sight! The large building seen from the interstate will be lit in teal for the entire month of September in honor of A State of Teal and GYN cancer awareness.
Read this following article from the employee newsletter.
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ACIPCO Partcipates in A State of Teal
Teal Lighting Featured in September Newsletter
ACIPCO (American Cast Iron Pipe Company), located on the north side of the city, is participating in a State of Teal by lighting up the large water tower located on the company's plant. Their participation is explained in their monthly newsletter issued on August 27th.
Thanks to ACIPCO for their participation and helping us to spread awareness to GYN Cancer Symptoms during the month of September.
AL.com and Scribblers Publishes Photos/Article
A State of Teal Event held on September 2nd gets coverage
Kayla is hosting an Ovarian Cancer Awareness Event on Saturday, September 13, from 8AM until 5PM at the Verlie B. Collins Recreation Center in Sylacauga. Please join us in learning more about this disease.
Athens Newspaper Covers Ovarian Cancer Awareness Efforts
Mildred's Angels working to bring awareness to Athens Community
Read September 1 article submitted by Jean Cole here.
Sharing more about awareness and the importance of knowing the symptoms!
A State of Teal Chairperson and ovarian cancer survivor, Kelly Rice, was interviewed on ABC 33/40's Talk of Alabama show about our upcoming event and her experience with the discovery of ovarian cancer. Appearing with Kelly was Dr. Monjri Shah, GYN Oncologist with Alabama Oncology. Click below to view their interview.
We appreciate the coverage provided by AL.com providing information to its readers about Mountain Brook's recent proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Click the image to read the full article.
Pictured is Zeke Willis, ASOT Committee Member and Mayor William Bell (click for larger image)
Birmingham Mayor William Bell Presents Proclamation
Representatives present for August 19th City Council Meeting