Painting the town purple

May 1, 2013

(front row) Mark Garcia, Melissa Jacques, Brandy Leek, Renee Garcia, Brandy Thompson, Marisol Solis, (middle row) Alexis Gomez, Ginny Henson, Janis McDowell, Judy Stephens, Debbie Anthony, Jennifer Gardner, Shelbi Kuehler, Jessica Garcia, (back row) Christie Galvan, Heather Andrews, Wayne Chowning, Donnie Ruppert, Rodney Foster & Kirby Andrews (Photo by Melissa Winslow)

Many homes and businesses around Nolan County are painting the town purple to celebrate cancer survivorship, remember loved ones lost to the disease, honor caregivers and join Nolan County's fight against cancer.
Employees at First Financial Bank gathered this week to paint the bank purple with their decorations. Shown are (front row) Mark Garcia, Melissa Jacques, Brandy Leek, Renee Garcia, Brandy Thompson, Marisol Solis, (middle row) Alexis Gomez, Ginny Henson, Janis McDowell, Judy Stephens, Debbie Anthony, Jennifer Gardner, Shelbi Kuehler, Jessica Garcia, (back row) Christie Galvan, Heather Andrews, Wayne Chowning, Donnie Ruppert, Rodney Foster and Kirby Andrews.

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