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Think Pink Continues to Support the Good Samaritan Breast Care Center

Think Pink Continues to Support the Good Samaritan Breast Care Center

The Think Pink group based out of Robinson, Illinois continues to raise funds for the Good Samaritan Breast Care Center to assist patients who need help paying for a breast cancer screening. Since 2010, the group has raised more than $100,000 to support Good Samaritan patients.

The group’s leader, and breast cancer survivor, Kathy Arnold, is the driving force behind supporting Good Samaritan. “Being a part of our Think Pink group has brought so much joy and satisfaction. It means so much to me when I see the positive impact we have on women and men who have been able to receive needed mammograms and ultrasounds,” said Arnold. “I saw firsthand the impact these donations make when a friend was diagnosed with breast cancer and had no insurance. She was able to get the tests she needed because of the Good Samaritan Foundation and the money we have donated.”

Most recently, Think Pink hosted a Wine Down at Lasata Winery in July with a record number of guests. That event raised $1,100. This past spring, the group’s Style Show brought in another $1,200.

The group’s largest event of the year, Think Pink Ride will be on October 8. This year will be the 12th year for the ride. Registration begins at 8 a.m. CT in Robinson, Illinois at the Mach One parking lot, 301 W. Main Street, and the bikes roll out at 9 a.m. The route includes stops at Good Samaritan Cancer Pavilion, Loogootee, Bedford, Linton and back to Robinson. The cost is $15 per person.

For more information or to pre-register, contact Arnold by phone at 618-544-4433 or email at