Slidell Police Chief Randy Fandal wrapped a police car in pink to raise awareness and money for Breast Cancer Awareness month. For a suggested minimum donation of $5, citizens will have the opportunity to sign the car with their name, the name of someone battling cancer, a cancer survivor, or in memory of a loved one. A locked box will be available inside of the car for cash donations, or people can donate via a GoFundMe account (Slidell Police Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign). All proceeds will go to Slidell Memorial Hospital’s Cancer Center.
The car will be at the following locations:
Friday, October 16th Royal Golf Club: 9a – 4p, Salmen High School Football Game: 6p- 7p;
Saturday, October 17th, Matt Bowers Chevrolet Slidell (w/ giveaway): 12p – 2p, Slidell Seafood: 2p – 3p, St. Margaret Mary (Nicholas Eirich Fundraiser): 3p – 4p, Olde Town Slidell (Krewe of Selene Scavenger Hunt) 7pm – 9pm;
Sunday, October 18th, Northshore Church: 8:30a – 12:30p, St. Margaret Mary Church (blue mass): 2p – 3p.