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Brighton proudly wears pink for Indigenous Pink Day

Walkers participate in Brighton’s celebration of Indigenous Pink Day on Oct. 18 include back row: Lance Tommie, Staci Hale, Cierra Baker, Barbara Boling, Clarissa Urbina; middle row: Charlene Baker, Audrey Snow, Sherrie Jones, Marilyn Doney, Dana Osceola, Terry Hahn, Jennifer Osceola; front row: Margaria Fudge and Jenny Eagle. Indigenous Pink Day is a national breast cancer awareness campaign for American Indians/Alaska Natives. (Courtesy photo)
Addie Osceola is joined by staff from the Brighton Elders building and Brighton Medical Center in celebration of Indigenous Pink Day. (Courtesy photo)
Martha Tommie takes part in the day’s activities. (Courtesy photo)
The Brighton Medical Center staff is decked out in pink attire for the event. (Courtesy photo)

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