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YMCA HOLDS WIG BANK TO GIVE BACK TO CANCER SURVIVORS


Credit to the YMCA for photo.

Today the North Rutherford County YMCA are providing wigs to cancer survivors as a part of  their After Breast Cancer (ABC) program.


The wig bank was conceived in 2010 by Pam Arnold and Melanie Cavender. After Arnold passed in, Cavender preserved the project in her memory.


It is set to take place inside the Top of the Block salon, co-owned by Martha Osborne and Pam Mack.


Business partners Keith Sanford and Doug Patrick donated five wigs, along with products to clean them. Materials that can range from $75 to more than $200.


Middle Tennessee Membership Electric Corporation have also provided a $1,500 grant.


-Story by Anthony Merriweather, MTN Reporter

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