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Dressed to impress, area women came together in support of an important cause.
The 13th annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out event will be held April 16 at the Frank J. Pasquerilla Conference Center, 301 Napoleon St., downtown Johnstown.
Beverly A. Delozier has been retired from Penn Cambria School District for more than 10 years. However, the popular health and physical education teacher is loved, admired and respected by so many that, after she was diagnosed in the fall with breast cancer, word spread quickly.
By her own admission, Marcella Hodge paid little attention when something unusual developed on her left breast.
Scalp Level Borough resident Deanna Hoffman began her battle with breast cancer armed with Old Testament scripture.
Breast cancer didn’t run in Leslea Haselrig’s family.
But a routine mammogram led to her diagnosis with the disease in May of this year.
Understanding the importance of routine mammograms is what drives Windber native Joyce Phillips to keep up with her yearly exam.
Vicki Stamplis knew the importance of providing support during times of trouble.
Linda Gallucci-Greeley knows that a mammogram is responsible for finding her breast cancer and potentially saving her life.