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VolunTeen Leo holding Pink Pumpkin fundraiser on Halloween to raise money for Cancer LifeNet in Harford County

“Punkin Dunkin” was donated by The Hopkins Family for VolunTeen Leo Club's Pink Pumpkin Patch fundraiser Oct. 31 for Cancer LifeNet at the Kaufman Cancer Center at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air.
“Punkin Dunkin” was donated by The Hopkins Family for VolunTeen Leo Club's Pink Pumpkin Patch fundraiser Oct. 31 for Cancer LifeNet at the Kaufman Cancer Center at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air. (Handout photos)

VolunTeen Leo Club is supporting cancer care in the Harford County Community by hosting a Pink Pumpkin Patch fundraiser on Halloween, Saturday, Oct. 31, at the Armory Park in Bel Air.

More than 80 pumpkins artistically designed and decorated using the color pink for breast cancer awareness will be on display, donated by local business, sports teams and families.

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Visitors to the Armory Park, located at 37 N. Main St., can vote for the pumpkin they like best by donating money. The Pink Pumpkin that collects the most money will win the decorating contest; 100% of the proceeds benefit Cancer LifeNet at the Kaufman Cancer Center.

Saturday’s event will also include raffle baskets, bake sales and hot cider bar sponsored by Wegman’s.

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The Kaufman Cancer Center on the campus of Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air is fully funded through charitable gifts which directly help cancer patients and their loved ones in our community cope with the physical, financial, psychological and emotional aspects of cancer.

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