October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and everyone is thinking pink. That includes Culligan Water Conditioning.
Culligan 5-gallon water bottles have pink caps this month.
"We started this last year," said Skip Wallace, owner of Emmetsburg Culligan. "Our bottling dealer and our shop will be donating toward the cancer awareness."
PINK-TOPPED Culligan water bottles are available during October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Skip Wallace from Wallace’s Water Conditioning, is pictured. -- Jane Whitmore photo
In fact, the bottling dealer will donate 10-cents for every pink-capped bottle sold and Wallace's Water Conditioning will be donating another 10-cents for every pink-capped bottle sold.
Wallace said he receives approximately two semi loads of 5-gallon water bottles every two weeks. There are 880 bottles per load, so that amounts to over 1,700 pink-capped bottles that will be sold in Palo Alto, Kossuth and Emmet Counties in the next month.
All of the funds raised will be donated to Relay for Life in Palo Alto, Kossuth and Emmet Counties.
Skip Wallace (pictured on front) loaded the first pink-capped bottle into Jane Soenen's vehicle. He is ready to take the blue-capped bottles back in return.
This is "Pink Out" night at the Emmetsburg High School volleyball match.
Everyone is encouraged to wear pink to bring awareness to breast cancer awareness month.
A silent auction and bake sale will take place at Emmetsburg High School during the volleyball games between the Lady E-Hawks and Storm Lake. Play begins at 5:30 p.m. with freshmen and junior varsity games.
Palo Alto County Pink Out is Tuesday, Oct. 22. Palo Alto County Relay for Life encourages everyone to wear pink to show support for anyone affected by cancer.
End the Day the Pizza Ranch way. Palo Alto County Relay for Life Committee will be hard at work Tuesday, Oct. 22, for "Tip Night" from 5 to 8 p.m. Prizes will be awarded to those wearing pink.
Relay for Life has asked that pictures be submitted to relayforlifepaloalto@hot mail.com