Then, on Saturday, Oct. 17, the paper will join others in the Cox Ohio Publishing family and print a portion of that day’s edition on pink newsprint. Pink is the color that is used to signify unity in the fight against breast cancer, and printing on pink paper is a small but – we hope – noticeable way to make readers and our community think about what they can do to help fight this disease.
One way people can help us mark this important effort is this: Any News-Sun reader who has had a loved one die of breast cancer can submit a photo that will be considered for inclusion in a special presentation in the Oct. 25 edition and will run online at SpringfieldNewsSun.com.
Deadline to submit photos is Thursday, Oct. 15, at 5 p.m. Photos can be e-mailed, mailed or dropped off, all to the attention of Jennifer Tuttle at email@example.com or 202 N. Limestone St., Springfield, OH 45503.
Include a contact name and phone number for the person submitting the photo, and include in the e-mail subject line or on the envelope the words “Fight Against Breast Cancer.”