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  • Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims supports the Komen Race for the Cure

    Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims, a breast cancer survivor, joined organizers of the 17th annual Susan G. Komen Central Valley Race for the Cure to promote Saturday's fundraiser, which is expected to attract upwards of 4,000 runners to the Fresno State campus. Organizers say 75% of the funds raised stays local to support breast health education, financial assistance to breast cancer survivors and treatment programs. The remainder of the net proceeds, a minimum of 25%, goes to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Award and Research Grant program. For more information, go to www.komencentralvalley.org.

Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims, a breast cancer survivor, joined organizers of the 17th annual Susan G. Komen Central Valley Race for the Cure to promote Saturday's fundraiser, which is expected to attract upwards of 4,000 runners to the Fresno State campus. Organizers say 75% of the funds raised stays local to support breast health education, financial assistance to breast cancer survivors and treatment programs. The remainder of the net proceeds, a minimum of 25%, goes to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Award and Research Grant program. For more information, go to www.komencentralvalley.org. jguy@fresnobee.com
Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims, a breast cancer survivor, joined organizers of the 17th annual Susan G. Komen Central Valley Race for the Cure to promote Saturday's fundraiser, which is expected to attract upwards of 4,000 runners to the Fresno State campus. Organizers say 75% of the funds raised stays local to support breast health education, financial assistance to breast cancer survivors and treatment programs. The remainder of the net proceeds, a minimum of 25%, goes to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Award and Research Grant program. For more information, go to www.komencentralvalley.org. jguy@fresnobee.com

Mims joins Komen in ‘Race for Cure’ event

October 20, 2015 1:01 PM