Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority: Cure at the Shore
The Beach Patrols of the Wildwoods and the Susan G. Komen® Central and South Jersey come together for “Cure at the Shore.” The event will take place all weekend along the beaches of the Jersey Shore. The Lifeguards of the Wildwoods will wear the pink “Cure at the Shore” t-shirt and the same t-shirt will be available to the public for a $10 donation to the Susan G. Komen® Central and South Jersey. The goal is to “PINK OUT” the Jersey Shore. 100% of the profits will go to Susan G. Komen fight against breast cancer. Cure at the Shore t-shirts are available at the North Wildwood Shirt Shop located at 1707 New Jersey Avenue. For more info call 609.522.8258. To order your Cure at the Shore t-shirt or to donate now, visit http://www.CureAtTheShore.com
The Leader of the Wildwoods: Cure at the Shore
The Wildwood Beach Patrol and the Susan G. Komen Central and South Jersey are preparing for the first “Cure at the Shore” event, planned for Aug. 8 and 9 on the beaches on the Jersey Shore. Wildwood Beach Patrol will wear the pink “Cure at the Shore” T-shirt, which will also be available to the public with a $10 donation to the Susan G. Komen Central and South Jersey organization.
The goal is to “PINK OUT” the Jersey Shore. The profits will go to Susan G. Komen for the fight against breast cancer. Cure at the Shore T-shirts will be available at the Dutch Hoffman Lifeguard Championships, Friday, July 31 at Lincoln Avenue Beach and available at the North Wildwood Shirt Shop, 18th and New Jersey avenues in North Wildwood. To order a Cure at the Shore T-Shirt or to donate, see https://cureattheshore.com/
Shore News Today: Wildwood lifeguards support Cure at the Shore
WILDWOOD – Members of the Wildwood Beach Patrol not only save the lives of those who encounter dangerous situations in the surf and on the sand, but they also are helping to save the lives of millions of women who have breast cancer.
Lifeguards from this city, as well as 12 other municipalities up and down the Jersey coast have joined together to raise money to help find a cure. According to the Susan G. Komen organization, almost a quarter million cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed this year and more than 40,000 people will lose their lives to the disease.
This year marks the second annual Cure at the Shore. It also marks the second year Wildwood’s Beach Patrol has worn pink to show its collective support to help find a cure.