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Pink Out Pleasant View 2014 Events

Save the Dates:

  • Sept. 27, 2014 - Poker Run
  • Oct. 3, 2014 - Breast Friends Ball
  • Oct. 4, 2014 - Health Awareness Breakfast, 9am, The Livery Stables
    St. Thomas Mobile Mammography Bus HERE!
  • Oct. 11, 2014 - Booby Bolt 5k Run/Walk and Kids 1-Mile Fun Run
  • Oct. 18, 2014 - Zumba Party

St.Thomas Mobile Mammography Unit:

In conjunction with the Breast Friends Breakfast, featuring a guest speaker and educational materials.
October 4th - 9 AM - 3 PM at
The Livery Stables
1104 Main Street, Pleasant View, TN, 37146
Providing mammograms for both insured and uninsured women!

The Livery Stables

For more information, contact:

  • Poker Run - Dawn Hayes, 615-218-3647
  • Breast Friends Ball - Diana Knight, 615-746-6363
  • Booby Bolt - Amy Douglas, 615-587-0333
  • Zumba Party - Amy Douglas,615-587-0333

Merchandise available:

  • Support Ribbons: $15
  • "Pink Porch Lights: $5
  • Pink Out T-shirts: $15
  • Bracelets: $2
  • Buttons: $2

Merchandise will be available at all Pleasant View banks.

Click here for  the printable registration form.

Press Release

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Pleasant View, TN, August 19, 2014 Large Ribbon Boards to be standing around town!

Local CertaPro Painters business owners, Tom and Susan Lawless, have been busy preparing for the upcoming Pink Out Pleasant View activities. The Lawlesses arranged the donation of the paint from Sherwin Williams and donated their time and talents in beautifully painting the large ribbon boards that will be displayed around the town during Pink Out Pleasant View. A limited number of the boards will be available for rent for the month of October for a donation of $100. All proceeds go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation or the American Cancer Society. The display boards will be rented on a first come first served basis to residents or businesses who are interested.