I really had an amazing time at the WWE Smackdown LIVE at the Moda Center last night. Admittedly, I've never been to a wrestling show like this or even watched it on TV, but I am a fan now! The WWE is very community involved and they believe the fact that people still get and die from breast cancer is "unacceptable". They're a national partner of Susan G. Komen. Every year they turn pink for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month , and they give a portion of their proceeds back to Komen from their merchandise. This year they launched the partnership here in Oregon and SW Washington last night, October 2nd, at their WWE Smackdown Live at the Moda Center. They honored 3 individuals, a survivor, top fundraiser, and doctor. I was chosen as the fundraiser since our Team Janine has been the #1 fundraising team for 8 years in a row, and since I was the 2018 individual top fundraiser. Team Janine member and friend, Washington County Sheriff, Lt. Caprice Massey was honored as survivor, and K103 friend and Compass Oncology surgeon, Dr. Toni Storm-Dickerson as doctor. We all had a blast and were treated like royalty by the WWE and everyone at the show. Pink hats off to the WWE!
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