Turn the Towns Teal®

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness month and teal is the color that is used to raise awareness about ovarian and gynecologic cancers.  The colorful décor is part of Turn The Towns Teal®, a national campaign founded in 2007 by ovarian cancer patient Gail MacNeil. The campaign seeks to raise awareness of the deadly disease, which effects 1 in 78 women annually.  For more information visit www.turnthetownsteal.org

CHI St. Joseph Hospital and the Cancer Center Lexington KY 2023

Downtown Lexington KY 2023 - Main Street, from Broadway to Rose Street.  Thank you to our volunteers!

11 volunteers placed 113 bows along Main Street in Lexington

University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center 2023 - Thank you Ruth and Bill, Boone, Katie Flynn and volunteers from the UK College of Pharmacy.

Clark County Courthouse in Winchester, KY 2023 - Thank you Melissa Lee and Jaunita Everman for placing bows! 

Georgetown KY 2023 - Thank you Rose Lewis, BOCS board member, and volunteers for placing these bows.

Bluegrass Hospitality Group in Lexington KY 2023 - Thank you Bluegrass Hospitality Group Restaurants for participating in Turn the Towns Teal Inc.. We know that ovarian cancer impacted the BHG team and we appreciate your spreading awareness, and raising funds for the University of Kentucky Ovarian Cancer Screening program.

For Friends store on East High Street in Lexington.  Thank you for spreading awareness of ovarian cancer symptoms and risks.