Dozens of women gathered in Evansville to have fun honoring breast cancer survivors on Saturday.
The Crop for the Cure is the second largest money making effort for the Komen Foundation.
The event brought crafters of all types to the Vanderburgh 4-H Center to raise money.
Everything from scrapbooking and knitting were on display.
Through the past nine years, the event has raised over $100,000 for the Susan G. Komen fund.
The all-day event includes different classes as well that teaches women how to do different crafts.
With so much to do, Chairperson Amanda Herrenbruck said sometimes people can't get everything done they might like to.
She said one of the most fun things about the day is seeing family members of the survivors come from other states to honor the survivors.
If you missed your chance to participate on Saturday, there will be another event on March 8.
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