Great job Carmangay!
Residences, public buildings, signs, trees and posts, as well as the entrance sign off Highway 23, were all sporting pink for the occasion. Residents wore pink T-shirts and some even coloured their hair.
And then there were the many plastic flamingos, donated by a Lethbridge party company, set up near the village’s campground.
The riders’ tour of 23 Alberta communities raises awareness of breast cancer and funds for breast cancer research through the Cancer Research Institute of Northern Alberta.
When the six riders arrived in Carmangay Thursday, they were given a tour of Carmangay and the surrounding area by organizer Sue Dahl and her daughter Jasmine.
The riders told Dahl that the village was the pinkest they’ve seen yet.
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