This picture is from last year's event the BCCSP group hopes
to have enough bras to line both sides of the bridge Saturday.

West Virginians celebrated their first West Virginia Breast Cancer Awareness Day in 1995, a day that has come to encompass what Breast Cancer Awareness Month is all about.

That tradition continues Saturday, with members of the local BCCSP group conducting a road block to collect money to pay for mammograms for women who have no insurance or are under-insured and distribute information about the program.

That same day if you are driving across the bridge in Grantsville you will see a cloud of pink - you're eyes aren't playing tricks on you, it's our annual bras across the bridge event.

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