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SENTINEL TRIBUNE tkrea ]0000ews Wednesday, October 23, 2013 Page 14 Kate's Koura00e The Benefit for Kate Jorgenson was a gala event with the majority of people wearing orange, and those that weren't were wearing orange in their hearts and spirit. iUt Hundreds ate Whoppers at the benefit. Kate's favorite color orange was well represented at the Orange Out in her honor. These fans were fired up for Kate. Earty detection saves I.ives. ONE EIGHT ROUTINE SCREENINGS CAN HELP YOU FIND ANSWERS. One in eight women will get breast cancer in their lifetime. Because 80 percent of all breast cancers are not hereditary, yearly mamrnograms are an important step in protecting and understanding your breast health. The American Cancer Society recommends: \\;arly marnmograms starting at age 40 and continuing for as long as a woman is in good health. Clinical breast exams (CB[') every three years for women in their 20s and 30s, and every year for women ages 40 and over. Vnmen should report any breast chatge promptly to their health care provider, Breast self-exams (BSE) should begin for women in their 20s. "Vomen should know how their breasts normally look and feel. CALL 15071 274-6121 TO SCHEDULE YOUR MAMMOGRAM TODAY. Edith Sanford. IBASl .ALTH SANFORDWESTBR00K 0RG Kate sat on the bench during the match Kate throwing mini-volleyballs during the breaks and between games. Right: People were getting the raffle prizes ready to distribute to the winners. eKate  Kourage - From front page 1 S Also many of the visiting fans wore orange shirts, including the game officials. During the match Kate sat on the Chargers bench with the team, and during time outs and game breaks Kate and some of her friends threw miniature volleyballs into the crowd. At one point Kate and her family were called to say a few words to the spectators and to thank them for all of their support. After the match the draw- ing was held for over 70 rat- fie prizes. All together the T-shirts, burger meals and raffle tickets brought in over $20,000 for the fund set up to help pay for present and future medical bills. Then on Sunday morning the Westbrook Women's Club served over 350 Turkey dinners for Kate's benefit, adding more to the benefit fund for Kate. The day of the "Orange Out," John Lauritsen a reporter from WCCO Television came down to interview Kate and her par- ents. During the interview, Lauritsen said, "She has become the heartbeat of a small town." "It's not the end of the world and you'll still make it," Kate said." The video was aired last Monday on the 10 o'clock news on WCCO television. If you missed the spot, you can Google WCCO television and look under local news stories to view the clip. 212448C Have a nose for good hea Get your ftu vaccination. Mist or shots available Sanford Westbrook Medical Center 920 Bell Ave During regular business hours: 9:oo - 11:3oa.m. & l:OO - 4:3op.m. Walk-ins welcome or call 274-6121 to schedule. Please bring your insurance card. SANF00)RD" HEALTH -i