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Color Bomb Walk in Providence

WEBSTER COUNTY, KY (WFIE) - You can walk for cancer and turn a different color this weekend.  Providence will be hosting a color bomb walk for cancer aid and research this Saturday.  The Jack McDowell Post 5484 Ladies Auxiliary will be sponsoring the event which is happening at Providence City Park.  Participants will bomb the streets with colored powder, an event gaining popularity across the country.  Registration starts at 5p.m. and the walk begins at 6. 

Early bird registration, which includes a t-shirt, is $15 per person. Groups of 4-6 people will be $75 (more than six team members, add $10 per each additional member). For more information about this event contact: Color Bomb Walk c/o Carmen Brown 988 Burnt Mill Rd. Dixon, Ky. 42409 or call (270) 969-8583 or Bobbie Schaffer (270) 871-1075. Registration may also be done the night of the event for a $20 per person fee, including a t-shirt until they run out.

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