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Updated: 02/24/2014 06:59:23PM

Fire Rescue fighting breast cancer with shirt sales

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North Port Fire Rescue is selling both long- and short-sleeve T-shirts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Firefighters and EMTs are allowed to wear the short-sleeved version of the shirts while on duty throughout the month of October.

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Cheryl Stoppiello of North Port, shown here with her family, is a 32-year-old North Port wife and mother who will receive the proceeds from North Port Fire Rescue's sale of T-shirts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month to help pay for her cancer treatments.

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North Port Fire Rescue is also selling this shirt, featuring the logo of the North Port Firefighters Benevolent Association.

By ANNE KLOCKENKEMPER

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NORTH PORT — This month, members of North Port Fire Rescue are wearing some slightly different shirts while on duty, and members of the public have the opportunity to buy them, too.

Sponsored by the North Port Firefighters Benevolent Association, Fire Rescue employees will wear black and pink T-shirts for breast cancer awareness throughout October.

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