Everyone knows someone who's had breast cancer.  It's not a Kevin Bacon Six Degrees of Separation thing, but more like four degrees or less.  Everyone is connected to someone who's gone through the shock, anguish, and treatment of breast cancer.

There are people still in the fight but thriving to survive, and survivors who still get regular scans while holding their breath.

On Sunday, July 14, the New Hampshire Fisher Cats take on the Binghamton Rumble Ponies at 1:35pm, and it'll be a fun day for all with Pink at the Park.

The Fisher Cats invite the public to get decked out in PINK and bring signs for your own breast cancer survivor.  Come celebrate all survivors and thrivers as the Delta Dental Stadium goes pink for the day.

NH Fisher Cats via Facebook/ Canva
NH Fisher Cats via Facebook/ Canva

The New Hampshire Fisher Cats are a Double- A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, and provide great family fun for the region all season.

The team hosts many fun games, like Marvel day, Princess day, Star Wars night, or Hockey night. There's something for everyone, so head to milb.com for more.

Pink at the Park is for all those fighting breast cancer, needing some cheering on, and knowing they are not alone in this battle.  It's also a beautiful tribute to your person who came through the treatments to the other side as a survivor.

Get your tickets at HERE.

You'll be helping your loved one and those who care for them at CMC Breast Care Center.  So get your pink out and on for July 14.

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