Visit a one-of-a-kind exhibit featuring women from each of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties, which will be unveiled at a free reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, May 9 in the North Waiting Room of 30th Street Station. The exhibit will share the women’s photos and quotes about how their lives have been impacted by breast cancer. Survivors have shared their messages and show how breast cancer has not only affected them, but the lives of families and communities statewide. The exhibit also promotes the importance of screening mammograms for women for early detection.
“We see ourselves in their stories: they are our mothers, they are our sisters, they are our aunts, daughters, and they are our friends,” Sen. Hughes said, pointing to his staff member, Robin Maddox, who is a breast cancer survivor and is highlighted in the exhibit. “Their triumph and courage in the face of adversity moves all of us to do more to eradicate the disease of breast cancer.”
The exhibit will be on display Thursday, May 9 through Sunday, May 19. The display is free and open to the public.
To RSVP for the reception, please call 800-377-8828 x3040 or visit pbcc.me/Philadelphia.