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Fundraiser taken by Storm

Published: Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012 1:15 a.m. CST
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Don Covell, owner of Ink Storm Tattoo in Sterling, gives Carol Carlson a pink ribbon tattoo Friday afternoon.
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People wait in line Friday afternoon at Ink Storm Tattoo in Sterling for pink ribbon tattoos in exchange for a donation to CGH Health Foundation.
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Mike DuBois tattoos a large breast cancer awareness ribbon onto Zach Pageloff of Sterling Friday afternoon.
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Zach Pageloff of Sterling shows off his tattoo in memory of his grandfather, Lyle Gene Boehm, Friday afternoon.
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Mike DuBois tattoos a large ribbon onto Zach Pageloff of Sterling on Friday afternoon during Ink Storm Tattoo's breast cancer awareness fundraiser. Pageloff got the tattoo in memory of his grandfather, Lyle Gene Boehm.

Don Covell, owner of Ink Storm Tattoo in Sterling, gives Carol Carlson a pink ribbon tattoo Friday afternoon. Covell and his tattoo artists had a fundraiser for breast cancer awareness, donating all the money raised to CGH Health Foundation for local mammograms. Cancer ribbon tattoos were given for free, and a donation jar was set out. Cancer ribbon tattoos were offered in three designs and in whatever color the client wanted.

 

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