Lake Houston area’s In the Pink shifts to online fundraiser amid pandemic

Amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, the In the Loop campaign will replace the yearly In the Pink of Health Luncheon to raise money for Project Mammogram, which helps uninsured people receive free breast cancer screenings and services.

As the primary fundraising event for Project Mammogram, the annual In the Pink of Health Luncheon celebrates survivors, remembers those who are lost and offers a time for everyone to contribute in one way or another. The fundraiser last year was a bustling event lined with pink that featured large gift baskets for bid, a corner shop, an enormous ballroom filled with banquet tables and topped off with a server in a champagne flute dress handing out glasses and posing for photos.

Meanwhile, In the Loop is a virtual campaign that encourages Lake Houston area residents to support Project Mammogram. It will

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NJ health officials reach out to Trump fundraiser guests in attempt to trace virus

Supporters of President Donald Trump who attended a high-dollar fundraiser in New Jersey this week have started hearing from state health officials trying to trace exposures tied to the White House’s coronavirus outbreak.



a small clock tower in front of a house: Golfers play golf at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. With just a month to go until the election, President Donald Trump had a busy schedule in the week before the coronavirus hit home with him.


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Golfers play golf at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. With just a month to go until the election, President Donald Trump had a busy schedule in the week before the coronavirus hit home with him.

Charlie Kolean, a Dallas, Texas, supporter who posed for a photo Thursday with Trump inside the president’s Bedminster country club, said he received an email Sunday.

“The Somerset County Health Department and the New Jersey Department of Health understand that you attended an event… at which time you may have potentially been exposed to COVID-19,” said the email, which was obtained by ABC News.

The outreach comes after Trump tested positive for

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