FOX43 news team takes a swing against breast cancer

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32 women are diagnosed with breast cancer a day, in Pennsylvania.  So to spread awareness, neighbors across Central Pennsylvania are sporting breast cancer awareness.

Ken Shelton, of Lancaster, is putting in extra sweat and tears in the home run derby for breast cancer.

Ken says, “It’s in memory of my mom, and it makes me push and go. Every little bit that I do, rather just catching flies.  That goes a long way.”

It’s the 6th annual Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition Home Run Derby.

Executive Director, Jennifer Pensinger says,”Women and families are out here raising awareness about breast cancer.  Raising valuable funds that go back to support our programs and services in Pennsylvania.”

Even FOX 43’s  Bill Toth, Amy Lutz, Rebecca Solomon and photographer Anthony Grove  joined in on taking a swing against the disease!


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