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Fighting breast cancer

October 12, 2012

Breast cancer awareness events and fundraisers

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Lorraine Roy Design Collections and Friends present Illusions, a magical fashion event to help make breast cancer disappear, Thursday, Nov. 1, at 6 p.m. at the Danversport Yacht Club. The event benefits the breast oncology program at MGH North Shore Cancer Center. Tickets are $75. For more information, call 978-774-0825 or visit www.lorraineroy.com.

Beverly Cleaners is going pink. Throughout the month of October, the shop uses pink hangers and sells pink bracelets, with proceeds going toward breast cancer awareness. Beverly Cleaners is at 61 Elliott St., Beverly.

Curran Bros. Florist and Greenhouse will donate $5 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation for every Currans Charity Cyclamen sold. The plant’s wooden container features a pink ribbon on its sides and doubles as a photo cube that can hold up to four photos. For more information, visit curransflowers.com or call 978-774-1446. Curran Bros. is at 15 Park St., Danvers.

Hair Crafters of Ipswich hosts Streak for the Cure throughout the month of October. For $20, stylists will “streak” your hair pink, with 100 percent of the proceeds going directly to breast cancer research. Appointments are recommended but not necessary. Hair Crafters is at 26 Central St., Ipswich, and is open six days a week. For more information, call 978-356-2776 or visit www.haircrafters.net.

Donate $1 to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer at Plum Consignment throughout the month of October and receive 10 percent off any one item during the month of November. Plum Consignment is at 156 Cabot St., Beverly. For more information, call 978-853-6623 or visit www.plumconsignment.com.

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Have an event or fundraiser to add to this list? Contact Cheryl Lecesse at clecesse@salemnews.com or 978-338-2664.

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