For local cancer survivors, every day becomes a blessing

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Most Lowellians know Edward "Bud" Caulfield as the 12-term city councilor and former mayor who sings the national anthem at sporting events.

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lowellian

Dracut, MA

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Oct 3, 2010
 
Yesterday's festival and Friday's Breast Cancer Awareness Rally truly exemplified the dedication of Saints staff to the community they serve. Despite torrential downpours, an enthusiastic crowd kicked up their heels at Lowell Memorial Auditorium in honor of those with breast cancer. A video of over 100 Saints employees reenacting the now famous "Pink Glove Dance" played in their lobby - and the community got a glimpse of what a family this organization really is. The storm left Lowell, and as the clouds lifted, Saturday's Cancer Walk was held under clear blue skies, with an amazing turnout. A labor of love by Cancer Center and hospital staff, the Fall Festival is an event which honors those they serve, and their families. Cancer can be a debilitating disease, but with support like this, it can be a little easier. Kudos to Saints, for once again, providing excellent service to the greater lowell community.
sla for real

Tewksbury, MA

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Oct 3, 2010
 
Where is Society Girl,
Must be resting from the walk, All the people who attended and walk are true human beings,
Congrats to all of you.
JJJ

Lowell, MA

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Oct 6, 2010
 
And I thank you too.
THE TRUTH

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Oct 24, 2010
 
they always talk about how our soilders are the breavest people,but i know who is a greater figher and that is a cancer fighter,from young to old.the stuff they go threw,and my prayers go out to them.

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