5 Year Old Lusk Boy Wins Kids for Cure T-Shirt Design Contest
Five year old Nathan Fish's design will be on this year's Kids for the Cure t-shirt, which will be given to children who participate in Wyoming's annual Race for the Cure, being held in Cheyenne on August 11, 2012.
Race officials selected five finalists from the numerous designs entered from across the Wyoming. The designs by the five finalists were displayed at the Laramie County Library where people voted on their favorite designed. In addition to having his design on the Kids for the Cure t-shirts, Fish, a resident of Lusk, will be recognized on race day and receive two complimentary race applications and two invitations to the sponsor reception at the Wyoming Governor's residence in Cheyenne.
According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 330 new cases of breast cancer were diagnosed in Wyoming in 2010 and approximately 60 died of the disease. Through events like Race for the Cure, the grants programs through the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, were able to help detect 25 cancers, provide 4,585 clinical breast exams, 282 diagnostic services and perform 1,599 mammograms in the state.