"Pink Heals" tour stops in Gravette, honors four

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

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Photo by Susan Holland Students, teachers and staff poured out onto the parking lot at Gravette Upper Elementary School early on Monday morning, Oct. 9, to greet Pink Heals tour members. The youngsters were fascinated by the big pink fire truck, pink ambulance and police car and were excited to be able to help honor their schoolmates, Brooklyn Carte and Sarah Hollingworth, fifth graders who are battling cancer.

Photo by Susan Holland Students, teachers and staff poured out onto the parking lot at Gravette Upper Elementary School early on Monday morning, Oct. 9, to greet Pink Heals tour members. The youngsters were fascinated by the big pink fire truck, pink ambulance and police car and were excited to be able to help honor their schoolmates, Brooklyn Carte and Sarah Hollingworth, fifth graders who are battling cancer.

Members of the Pink Heals tour visited Gravette Upper Elementary School early on Monday morning, Oct. 9, to honor two fifth-grade girls who are battling cancer. Pink Heals tours the country "celebrating and bringing love to those who are battling major illnesses." Their arrival always creates a flurry of excitement as they pull up in their pink vehicles with sirens sounding for a bit.


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