Decked out in pink, Fort Miller Middle School teachers, from left, Kathy Riggs, Amanda Horvath, Katie Navarrette and Sheryl Ballou, wait for their event during the annual Susan G. Komen Central Valley Race for the Cure at Fresno State in 2013. Susan G. Komen Sacramento Valley and Komen Central Valley are merging to serve people in nine new counties, including Madera, Kings, Merced and Tulare.
Decked out in pink, Fort Miller Middle School teachers, from left, Kathy Riggs, Amanda Horvath, Katie Navarrette and Sheryl Ballou, wait for their event during the annual Susan G. Komen Central Valley Race for the Cure at Fresno State in 2013. Susan G. Komen Sacramento Valley and Komen Central Valley are merging to serve people in nine new counties, including Madera, Kings, Merced and Tulare. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Decked out in pink, Fort Miller Middle School teachers, from left, Kathy Riggs, Amanda Horvath, Katie Navarrette and Sheryl Ballou, wait for their event during the annual Susan G. Komen Central Valley Race for the Cure at Fresno State in 2013. Susan G. Komen Sacramento Valley and Komen Central Valley are merging to serve people in nine new counties, including Madera, Kings, Merced and Tulare. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee Staff Photo

Merged Susan G. Komen affiliate adding Madera, Kings, Merced, Tulare counties

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