Lake Havasu City News
Lake Havasu City News
Lake Havasu City News

Breast Cancer Awareness was the purpose of a walk Saturday morning in Lake Havasu City.

More than 400 participants walked to bring awareness to the disease and to support early detection, prevention, research and the search for a cure.

The walk began at the Aquatic Center and returned there to the annual Health Fair. The Health Fair and walk was sponsored by the Havasu Community Health Foundation with vendors from various health organizations and support groups.

A crowd gathers at the stage before the Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Sponsors gather for a photo at the Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Bosom Buddies and Breast Cancer Survivors gather on the stage for a photo at the Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Tom “Maddog” Stempinski is ready for the Breast Cancer Awareness Walk.
Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Laura Goodell and her son of Massage Havasu Fitness and Keto at the Havasu Community Health Fair. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Havasu Community Health Fair. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Havasu Community Health Fair. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Susan Donlin and Colleen Hoover with Knitted Knockers
Havasu Community Health Fair.  Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Allison, Codi, Liza and Barbie with Havasu Reginal Medical Center’s Mammography Department at the Havasu Community Health Fair. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Pam Barry and Leslie Mansfield with the Dementia Connection of Havasu at the Havasu Community Health Fair.
Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene


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