Brighton Helping To Fight Breast Cancer Throughout October

The Breast Cancer Charities of America (BCCA) has been selected as The Woodlands Brighton Collectibles Power of Pink charity for this year.  BCCA’s Help Now Fund that provides housing and utility monies for patients undergoing treatment will receive $10 from each Power of Pink bracelet sold in The Woodlands Mall Brighton Collectibles store during the month of October.

Also, 10% of sales of additional products purchased along with a Power of Pink bracelet during the launch days this Friday and Saturday will be donated to the charity.  Brighton’s founder, Jerry Kohl has donated more than $4.5 million to breast cancer charities in the past decade.  This is Brighton’s 10th year of creating a limited edition Power of Pink bracelet to raise charitable funds.

The Unmasking Breast Cancer Masquerade Gala, which is BCCA’s largest annual fundraiser, will be Friday, Oct. 26 at The Marriott Woodlands Waterway.  Guests are encouraged to wear hot pink and a mask. For more information or to purchase tickets for the gala, visit www.UnmaskingBreastCancer.com.

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Chuck Briese, Oak Ridge Now

[avatar user="cbriese" size="thumbnail" align="left"] Chuck Briese has been a resident of South Montgomery County since 1988. He and his lovely and patient wife, Leslie, have six sons, with only one left to finish high school. Chuck has been a Cub Scout leader, a Little League baseball coach, a church youth leader, and a general troublemaker over the course of the past 25 years. He is obsessed with his lawn, and likes restaurants that serve food that fills up the plate. He has a tendency to tilt at windmills, which may explain why he started Oak Ridge Now.

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