OF ATLANTA, GA
Mayor and First Lady Promote Awareness through National and Community Organizations
Under the leadership of Mayor Bill Campbell, the city has worked as an active partner with numerous health, women. s, and non-profit organizations in educating the community at large about breast cancer awareness education and early detection. First Lady Sharon Campbell has joined the mayor in campaigning against this disease.
Support for Awareness Includes Fund-Raising
Mrs. Campbell is active in support of foundations and agencies that are committed to winning the fight against breast cancer. She has assumed many leadership roles with organizations that raise breast cancer awareness and research funds, including:
The Mayor and First Lady were also co-hosts in a ceremonial lighting of the South Trust Building to raise awareness of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and its annual Race for The Cure. Furthermore, in October of each year, the mayor. s office staff raises funds for this foundation by purchasing its pink ribbon pins and wearing them on a special day of observance.
The Campbell Administration will continue to take leadership roles and partner with organizations to raise awareness among the people of Atlanta, all the while hoping - - as others do - - eventually to find a cure.
Contacts: Samra C. Bolden, Public Relations Officer, 404/330-6100, and Glenda Minkin, Special Assistant to the Mayor, 404/330-6248.
The United States Conference of Mayors
J. Thomas Cochran, Executive Director
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