Orlando Recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month-The Orlando Times
City Of Orlando Police Chief John Mina, City Of Orlando Fire Department Chief Roderick Williams & Drop D No Limits Foundation Recognize
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
BY JIMMIE WILLIAMS
ORLANDO - The month of October is breast cancer awareness month. Chief John Mina and Chief Roderick Williams are very busy men so my Foundation is totally pleased with Chief Mina and Chief Williams taking time out of their busy schedules to meet with me in regards to the pink patrol car and pink fire truck to be a part of the Shake It Off Tour. The Drop D No Limits Foundation is on its second annual tour in Central Florida. While on the tour we would like to exhibit the pink patrol car and pink fire truck as symbols of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Mayor Buddy and Chief Roderick Williams are holding the proclamation that was given to Drop D No Limits Foundation for the Shake It Off Health Expo Tour. It came from the City of Orlando, Mayor Buddy Dyer, City Commissioner Regina I. Hill of District 5 and City Commissioner Samuel B. Ings of District 6. If you would like to participate or have the Shake It Off Health Expo Tour stop at your facility as a health tour stop you may contact Jimmie Williams at 407.234.1527 or email Dropd.firstname.lastname@example.org. The Orlando Police Department pink car and the Orlando Fire Department pink fire truck will be at the Shake It Off Health Expo Tour on Saturday, October 21, 2017 at the James R. Smith Neighborhood Center 1723 Bruton Blvd., Orlando, Florida 32805. Another Drop D No Limits Foundation Production! Don't Meet Me There, Beat Me There!