Breast Cancer Awareness

West Fargo Police selling pink patches for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

West Fargo is the only North Dakota police department to participate in the Pink Patch Project

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The West Fargo Police Department is doing its part in raising awareness for breast cancer. A pink version of the department’s patch will be sold throughout October. The patches are available for 10 (cash) dollars each at the West Fargo Police Department at 800 Fourth Avenue East. You can stop by from 8 a.m. to 5…

Women with breast cancer get help with procedures from Women’s Way

The organization was able to  get  her the  help  she  needed.

FARGO, N.D.- Sarah Bitzer was living a normal life taking care of her four kids when she was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in 2017 at the age of 34. She had no family history of breast cancer and had previously gotten genetic testing done to see if she carried the gene. She didn’t. So, Cancer wasn’t the first…

West Fargo Police Department Supports Breast Cancer Awareness with Pink Patch Project

The department is selling patches and auctioning off the worn patches at the end of the month

WEST FARGO, ND– West Fargo Police Department patrol officers are wearing pink patches for its Pink Patch Project, a month-long fundraiser for breast cancer awareness. The department is selling patches and auctioning off the worn patches at the end of the month. The money raised will go toward the Edith Sanford Breast Center. “Whether it’s family, friends, coworkers, we don’t really…