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9:06 am on Tuesday February 19, 2013

Stingrays go pink this weekend to help fight breast cancer

Image by ProvidedThe South Carolina Stingrays are proud to host the 7th Annual Pink in the Rink, a special fundraising event benefiting Susan G. Komen Lowcountry on Saturday, February 23, at 7:05 p.m. at the North Charleston Coliseum. This one-night...
5:40 am on Friday May 11, 2012

Charleston Battery will 'Kick for a Cure' on Saturday

Image by Flickr user incolnblues The Charleston Battery wore special Pink jerseys during the Dragon Boat races and will wear them again at this Saturday’s 'Kick for a Cure' match versus the Rochester Rhinos at 7:30 p.m. The jerseys will be...
10:25 am on Sunday October 17, 2010

The Susan G. Komen Lowcountry Race for the Cure is back (update: record crowd)

Image by Flickr user Jason Pier in DC Update October 17: This year's race seems to have been great with a record attendance of more that 10,000. The Post and Courier has a nice report and photo gallery, and ABC News 4 has a nice bit of video. First...
3:18 am on Monday February 15, 2010

Stingrays join in the fight against breast cancer

Image by South Carolina StingraysThe South Carolina Stingrays hockey team is partnering with Susan G. Komen-Lowcountry to fight breast cancer in the Lowcountry. On February 20 the Stingrays will host the 4th Annual Pink in the Rink. Come join the...
4:33 am on Sunday October 18, 2009

More than 8,000 turn out for Komen Race for the Cure

Image by Race for the CureImage by 20091018-race.jpg Participation records were broken yet again for the Lowcountry's Susan G. Komen for the Cure on Saturday, October 17, on Daniel Island. NBC News 2 was there and has a video, and The Post and...
10:12 am on Wednesday September 23, 2009

Countdown is on for the Race for the Cure

Image by Flickr user ladybugbktImage by 20090923-race.jpg There is less than a month until 16th Annual Komen Lowcountry Race for the Cure. The race takes place on October 17 and registration is open. Donate your time, energy and a bit of money help...
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