Pink Carts for Fighting Cancer

October 31, 2012

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Cathy Felin presents the check to Mike Gillen, John Carr

and Karen Simpson Neasby.

Cathy and Dean Felin, owners and operators of EZ Disposal, Inc., have been partnering with Mercy Hospital Lebanon to benefit patients seeking treatment at the Curry Cancer Center.  They have been offering their customers a pink cart as part of the Kick Cancer to the Curb campaign which they have decided to continue each year. EZ Disposal, Inc. pledged to donate $1 for every month each patron used a pink cart.

“We want to thank the customers who requested pink carts for their support,” said Cathy Felin.  “This is our way of giving back to our community. Cancer affects almost every family I know in one way or another.”

On Oct. 25, the Felins presented a check for $10,000 to Mercy Hospital Lebanon representatives to directly benefit the Curry Cancer Center.

“A big thank you to Dean and Cathy Felin at EZ Disposal,” said Karen Simpson Neasby, vice president of Mercy Health Foundation Lebanon. “The Kick Cancer to the Curb campaign was an incredible success in our community.  It is awesome to see those pink trash carts on curbs, even mine!  It’s a weekly reminder to keep up the fight to cure breast cancer!  If you don’t have your pink trash cart yet, call EZ Disposal today and help Kick Cancer to the Curb!”

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