Clay to take on Trussville, Springville in Pink Out
By Gary Lloyd
CLAY — Three cities will unite by competing.
The Clay City Council on Tuesday approved a proclamation to observe Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.
The proclamation states that the cities of Clay, Trussville and Springville will participate in a Tri-City Pink Out Day on Oct. 22 “to unite the community in an effort to promote awareness and raise funds for local breast cancer research.”
The proclamation states that Oct. 22 will be Clay Pink Out Day and “asks all citizens to join in this worthwhile cause.”
Clay City Councilwoman Becky Johnson said Pink Out Day T-shirts are for sale at Clay City Hall, Warren’s Nursery and Carroll’s Pharmacy in Clay. She said volunteers will be needed to help put out pink ribbons Oct. 22.
In other Clay news, Johnson said the Clay Senior Activity Center last week celebrated its 10th year of existence. There was also a small dedication of a sun room and gazebo addition.
The Clay City Council approved four speed bumps for the Cosby Lake Estates subdivision and Councilman Kevin Small announced that the Clay Public Library is now open seven days per week.
“Things are going really smooth there,” Small said.
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