Sprinkle Pink continues through October, but the Sprinkle Pink Grand Finale was held at Blacksmith Brewing Company in Stevensville, Oct. 16. They wrapped up the “mammo man” and Bling-A-Bra competitions, had presentations and activities like “bobbing for boobs” and a number of raffles.
Kenyon McDaniels, an employee at Evan Ace Hardware, won both the 2015 mammo man and best costume competitions. He raised $1,633.20 in donations and for his efforts was recognized with the mammo man crown, which will stay at Evan Ace Hardware for the year.
The mammo men collected a total of $5,130 for the Aid For Mammography Fund.
The Bling-A-Bra competition raised a tremendous amount of interest and participation by the Stevensville community and brought in more than $1,300 in donations. The winning bra was decorated by High Country. All of the decorated bras will remain on display at Blacksmith Brewing Company in the spirit of breast cancer awareness month.
All money raised in the month of October for the Aid For Mammography Fund will receive a 100 percent match from Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital. The fund is available to qualifying low-income, under-insured and uninsured valley residents, providing medical office visits, breast exams, mammograms and other related diagnostic procedures.
Reach reporter Michelle McConnaha at 363-3300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.