Greenwich Proclaims September Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Greenwich Proclaims September Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

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In honor of September and Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, the Sound Beach Fire Department in Old Greenwich, Connecticut will be “Turning TEAL” on Tuesday, August 14th at dusk. The exterior of the building will be illuminated in TEAL colored lights and the Ovarian Cancer Awareness flag will be raised. The Sound Beach Fire Department and team of Firefighters will remain a symbolic cornerstone in the fight against Ovarian Cancer and the T.E.A.L. ® (Tell Every Amazing Lady®) awareness platform in Greenwich, throughout the month of September.

In addition, 71 residences and 26 businesses in Greenwich are turning TEAL with lights tomorrow at 7:00pm. The Town of Greenwich will proclaim September Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and the Greenwich Town Hall will change their exterior lights from white to TEAL when the proclamation goes live on September 17th at 6:30 PM. TEAL is also sponsoring a walk for Ovarian Cancer in Litchfield CT on September 22nd and a lecture on “How to Prevent and Survive Ovarian Cancer” at the YWCA Greenwich on September 26th.

Learn more about this wonderful organization below. 

telleveryamazinglady.org/greenwich

 


The New York Stock Exchange welcomes Tell Every Amazing Lady® to celebrate its ten year anniversary of spreading awareness about ovarian cancer. CEO Pamela Esposito-Amery, joined by NYSE President Stacey Cunningham, rings The Opening Bell®.

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