Tag: Bras For The Cause

Byron Taylor, President of the Greenville Chamber and Pud Kearns kick off the 2018 BRTC party at Landon's. Image courtesy of Tracy Tentum.

The Clock is Ticking

The tenth anniversary of Greenville’s Bras for the Cause celebrated their first decade of service to Hunt County with a party at the Landon Winery and Bistro Thursday night. The usual suspects were in attendance; Pud Kearns, Meagan Farmen Earls, Janeen Cuningham, Byron Taylor, Lonnie J., and a host of […]

Hunt County News was "bra-casting" live during the 2017 Bras For the Cause event. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Faces and Places: Barney, Friendlee and Ashleigh

Hunt County Radio personality, Friendlee banters with Barney and Ashleigh last week on the corner of Stonewall and Lee Street during the Bras For the Cause extravaganza.  The event raised over $157,000.00 that will go for purchase of a Four Dimensional-CT/MRI Scanner for the Hunt Regional Health Care Cancer Center.

Two contestants point out their entry in the Eighth Annual Bras For the Cause event in Greenville.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Eighth Annual B4TC Celebration

The Hunt County Courthouse was bathed in pink as patrons flocked to Lee Street to participate in the eighth annual Bras For the Cause 2016.  Civic organizations and individuals worked magic on inexpensive bras purchased at Family Dollar and Dollar Tree.  Festive designs were everywhere. Votes were just one dollar each. […]

Local fixture about town, Mannequin Margaret, doesn't talk much but offers insights as the new guidelines are addressed at the Kickoff Party for Bras For the Cause.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

The Good Guys Meet at Landons

The local organization held the kick off meeting for Bras For the Cause several nights ago.  The meeting was free to attend and leaders went over the 2016 guidelines for entries.  Contestants may design their bras using original ideas, materials and themes.  The bras will be displayed at multiple businesses […]

The "Tubby Adkinson" mammography van was parked at the GEUS building today. Photo by Jim Satterwhite

Bringing Imaging to You

The Hunt County Mammography Coach was parked at the Greenville Electric Utility Services building this afternoon.  The mobile imaging coach was there for patients to bring imaging to a busy life.  The coach was purchased second hand from Seattle, Washington.  It was paid for by the Trustees and employees of […]