Residents and employees at Covenant Living at the Shores on Mercer Island recently held its seventh annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event with two days of activities, including a survivors wave (pictured), rally and campus walk. This event precedes the October annual campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness month with the American Cancer Society. More than 120 residents and employees have raised more than $4,300 at press time. Since its inception, those at Covenant Living have raised more than $20,000 for the cause. Courtesy photo

Residents and employees at Covenant Living at the Shores on Mercer Island recently held its seventh annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event with two days of activities, including a survivors wave (pictured), rally and campus walk. This event precedes the October annual campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness month with the American Cancer Society. More than 120 residents and employees have raised more than $4,300 at press time. Since its inception, those at Covenant Living have raised more than $20,000 for the cause. Courtesy photo

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

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Residents and employees at Covenant Living at the Shores on Mercer Island recently held its seventh annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event with two days of activities, including a survivors wave (pictured), rally and campus walk. This event precedes the October annual campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness month with the American Cancer Society. More than 120 residents and employees have raised more than $4,300 at press time. Since its inception, those at Covenant Living have raised more than $20,000 for the cause. Courtesy photo


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