Dozens join student-organized breast-cancer walk in West Seattle

April 18, 2010 at 2:05 pm | In Health, West Seattle news, West Seattle video | 2 Comments

Those are some of the walkers who joined Evergreen High School senior Anastasia Janecke this morning for the culmination of her senior project, which has been two months in the making: A breast-cancer-awareness/fundraising walk through West Seattle. They left Keller Williams Realty in The Junction at midmorning and headed north on California SW to Seacrest, with a water stop at Click! Design That Fits (WSB sponsor) in the Admiral District along the way. At Seacrest, Anastasia told us she had two special inspirations for her project:

Ready to keep supporting the battle against breast cancer? As noted here when we first mentioned Anastasia’s project, Northwest Hope and Healing – which has many West Seattle ties, though it helps breast-cancer patients all over the region – has an event coming up: the Style ’10 fashion show, with WS boutiques participating, April 28 at Showbox SODO (tickets available online).

2 Comments

  1. Awesome job in organizing! Great fun.

    Comment by Ron — 9:29 pm April 18, 2010 #

  2. Wonderful job, my beautiful niece.
    Aunt Ann

    Comment by Ann — 6:11 pm May 3, 2010 #

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