Mammoth Lakes Police Department Supports Nat’l Breast Cancer Awareness Month

MLPD Press Release 10/15/2020
Since 1985, October has been recognized as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. One in eight women will be diagnosed with this disease each year.
In honor of everyone this disease affects and to raise awareness, our officers are wearing a special edition pink patch and pink badge on their uniforms.
MLPD pink patches are for sale and proceeds will benefit a local cancer charity. The patches are $10.00, and you can buy them at our station with cash or by check payable to “MLPDPOA” (Mammoth Lakes Police Department Officers Association).
If you would like to order remotely please send a check/money order payable to MLPOA for $11.00 per patch to cover S&H to:
MLPD – Attn: Pink Patch
PO BOX 2799
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

You may also pay via Venmo at @MLPDPOA, please include your address in the Venmo comment.

 

One Response to Mammoth Lakes Police Department Supports Nat’l Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  1. Tourbillon October 16, 2020 at 2:26 pm #

    You’ll have a lot to support MLPD. Because of Covid restrictions, nationwide weve missed thousands of new cancers per month that would have been screened but weren’t, many of them breast cancer.

     

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