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Paint The Town Pink
Monday, May 13, 2013
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Which is your favorite business decoration for Meridian Health/Riverview Medical Center's Paint the Town Pink event? Upload your own photos or tell us where some good ones are.
Red Bank businesses are in the pink — or getting the tinge of Pink Bank. As a testament to the Paint the Town Pink campaign, sponsored by Meridian Health, business owners and residents were invited to participate in the annual month-long May pink decorating event designed to heighten breast cancer awareness and raise funds for research and covering costs for under- or uninsured women's mammograms. "Participation is free and the level of involvement is up to each individual business," according to a release from Meridian. "Meridian will provide each registered business a 'pink kit' which includes educational materials, a window cling for your storefront, a listing on the website and pink piggybanks to collect money ..." So, lately …
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Rancic, winner of The Apprentice, and co-star of reality show Giuliana and Bill, visited the Count Basie for Paint the Town Pink Week.
Bill Rancic stopped by the Count Basie Theatre Monday night as part of Meridian Cancer Care's Paint the Town Pink week for An Unplanned Plan: an Evening with Bill Rancic. The reality television star, notable for winning the very first season of The Apprentice nine years ago and his subsequent marriage to E! News co-host Giuliana Rancic, talked publicly for the first time about his wife's breast cancer diagnosis and treatment and sharing a personal life with the entire world. Rancic talked candidly about his marriage and family, his career and reality show Giuliana and Bill, and his wife's recent breast cancer diagnosis and all the unplanned things in life that happen when you are busy making other plans.
Sunday, May 6, 2012
In its first year as "Pinkbury," Shrewsbury plays host to hundreds trying to spread the message of breast cancer awareness.
In its first year under the umbrella of Riverview Medical Center's ever-expanding Paint the Town Pink campaign, Shrewsbury, or rather Pinkbury, pulled out all the stops to show that it not only supports the cause but may be willing to help lead it. At Shrewsbury's borough hall Sunday night, hundreds gathered for Light the Night Pink to help raise awareness for the need for women over 40 to get yearly mammograms. The event, which featured a cake walk as well as several pink-related activities, culminated with the pink lighting of the town's gazebo. Check out the photo gallery above for a look at the event.
Friday, May 4, 2012
Paint the Town Pink week officially begins today, Friday. Local businesses have gotten on board.
Paint the Town Pink week begins today, Friday, with a slew of participating towns hosting dozens of events over the next seven days. The Pink epicenter has to be Red Bank - the Riverview Medical Center developed event began here - where businesses throughout the downtown participate in the festivities by decking out their storefronts with pink paraphernalia. Days before Paint the Town Pink officially took over Pink Bank, businesses started dressing up their windows. By Thursday night, the eve of Pink Week, Red Bank was ready to go. We captured some shots of Pink at Night throughout downtown. Check out the gallery above.
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Paint the Town Pink week begins this Friday and includes several events going on throughout the Greater Red Bank area.
Paint the Town Pink begins this Friday and runs through next week. Homes and businesses throughout Red Bank - Pink Bank - and Shrewsbury - Pinkbury - as well as a half dozen other towns are getting the pink treatment in support of breast cancer awareness. There are plenty of events to take in along the way, too. Check out the list below for some of the highlights from various pink towns. And be sure to check out the Paint the Town Pink website for a complete list of scheduled events going on this upcoming week. Friday, May 4: Party for Pink (7 p.m. - 11 p.m.) Registration Required Hosted by the Care To Give Council, a Riverview Medical Center and Bayshore Community Hospital Auxiliary, at the Navesink Country Club, Middletown Join us for a …
Thursday, March 22, 2012
The breast cancer awareness campaign known as Paint the Town Pink welcomes five new towns this year.
The pink is spreading. The annual mammography awareness campaign that sees businesses and homes decked out in full pink paraphernalia known as Paint the Town Pink will include five new towns this year, Riverview Medical Center recently announced. In addition to Pink Bank (Red Bank), Pink Beach (Monmouth Beach), and Pink Haven (Fair Haven), which have been a part of Paint the Town Pink for all or some part of its five years will this year be joined by Atlantic Pinklands (Atlantic Highlands), Pinkdel (Holmdel), Little Pink (Little Silver), Pinkson (Rumson), and Pinkbury (Shrewsbury). According to a release from the Red Bank hospital, Paint the Town Pink was first create with the goal of encouraging women 40 and over to seek annual mammograms…
Friday, May 20, 2011
Bucs aim for awareness with an explosion of color.
Paint the Town Pink makes their mark at Red Bank Regional, where students doused their cannons in hues of pink and purple earlier this month to raise awareness for breast cancer.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
In support of Paint the Town Pink, about 60 locals plunged into 54-degree water on Sunday evening
April showers bring May flowers. But, they also bring pretty cold water. On May 1, with the ocean temperature at a brisk 54 degrees, about 60 brave souls took part in something that would be common for July 1. These locals with ‘pink fever,’ plunged into the Atlantic at 5:30pm on Sunday in order to show their support for breast cancer awareness. These plungers took part in Paint the Town Pink, a week-long program hosted by Riverview Medical Center to raise funds and promote awareness for breast cancer. The children partaking in the event thought it was exciting, however, some of the adults couldn’t help but feel nervous. Karen Flood took the plunge alongside her husband and four children. “I am thinking I am crazy,” she said. “But I’ve …
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Riverview Medical Center kicks off Paint the Town Pink with “Paint Everything Pink: A fully pink family day.”
It’s not October, yet everything seems to be pink around here. Three hundred and 65 homes and 205 businesses in Pink Bank, Pink Beach, and Pink Haven have decided to take a stand against breast cancer by participating in Riverview Medical Center’s Paint the Town Pink week. This weeklong event aims to incorporate the motto of “prevention, detection, and treatment” of breast cancer in women. “Early detection is a women’s best defense against breast cancer. And, with it, these women still get to be mothers, sisters, and daughters,” Stacey Donovan, Paint the Town Pink Chairperson, said. In its entirety, Paint the Town Pink includes fourteen events in seven different towns. The cluster was kicked off on Sunday with “Paint Everything Pink: A …