FANWOOD, NJ -- The Fanwood police department launch a breast cancer awareness campaign beginning Thursday, Oct. 1 to spread the word about Breast Cancer Month (October 2020). 

Officers, breast cancer survivors and supporters gathered at Fanwood Borough Hall as each police car will feature a pink ribbon magnet during the month. 

"I am proud of the men and women of the Fanwood police department are supporting our mothers, daughters and sisters in their fight against cancer," said Captain Kevin Grimmer, officer in charge of the Fanwood police. 

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Members of the community were on hand to support the effort, including Hayley Kumpf, who attended with her mom, Heather, a cancer survivor, and Caren Stephenson, who has participated in many Susan Komen Foundation walks to raise money in honor of her mother, Claire.

Summit Medical Group provided the breast cancer banner in the photo. 

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