Wednesday, October 15, 2014
PHOTOS: 5th annual Seymour Pink Day
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The Teddy Bear Tree House daycare center on South Main Street was wrapped up in a giant pink bow, and pink banners remembering the names of breast cancer survivors, along with those who lost their battle to the disease, flew high atop poles along Derby Avenue, Main Street and others areas of town. A floral shop downtown, Dragonflies, had its front window decked out with a small pink Christmas tree, while inside the quaint shop, dozens of pink ribbons decorated the walls. Haynes Construction Co. marked the day by placing a giant pink banner on a massive cement wall at the entrance of its facility on Cedar Street, for all commuters on nearby Route 8 to see.
"Seymour Pink is a statement to those who are fighting and we are fighting with them," Deming said.
(Photos and text by New Haven Register Correspondent Jean Falbo-Sosnovich)
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