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Thomasville sells gold bows to support Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

If you're walking around downtown Thomasville you may notice Gold bows on businesses and benches. (Source:WALB) If you're walking around downtown Thomasville you may notice Gold bows on businesses and benches. (Source:WALB)
These are in honor of September Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. (Source:WALB) These are in honor of September Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. (Source:WALB)
"Seeing these bows just make you more aware of whats going on and people ask you what its about and then you can share the story of how you can make others aware of the struggle that we have of children who are struggling with cancer,"(Source:WALB) "Seeing these bows just make you more aware of whats going on and people ask you what its about and then you can share the story of how you can make others aware of the struggle that we have of children who are struggling with cancer,"(Source:WALB)
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

If you're walking around downtown Thomasville you may notice Gold bows on businesses and benches.

These are in honor of September Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

The bows are being sold by Downtown Thomasville's Visitor center.

They said it great to see the community come together for a good cause.

"Seeing these bows just make you more aware of whats going on and people ask you what its about and then you can share the story of how you can make others aware of the struggle that we have of children who are struggling with cancer," said April Norton, Main Street Director.

The bows cost 10 dollars.

They can hang them on doors, light fixtures, or anywhere outside to show support.

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