Kay Kerbyson, founder of Ovarian Cancer Together!, ties a teal ribbon to a tree in September 2012 in West Richland. About 35 people joined her in “tealing” the trees from the bridge to Flat Top Park along Van Giesen Street to raise awareness for National Ovarian Cancer Month.
Kay Kerbyson, founder of Ovarian Cancer Together!, ties a teal ribbon to a tree in September 2012 in West Richland. About 35 people joined her in “tealing” the trees from the bridge to Flat Top Park along Van Giesen Street to raise awareness for National Ovarian Cancer Month. Kai-Huei Yau Tri-City Herald
Kay Kerbyson, founder of Ovarian Cancer Together!, ties a teal ribbon to a tree in September 2012 in West Richland. About 35 people joined her in “tealing” the trees from the bridge to Flat Top Park along Van Giesen Street to raise awareness for National Ovarian Cancer Month. Kai-Huei Yau Tri-City Herald

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