A Colorful Message Ahead of the Komen Race for the Cure on Milwaukee's Lakefront Sunday, September 25th
Bright and early this morning a huge splash of pink welcomed visitors along Milwaukee's Lakefront.
The fountains at the Milwaukee Art Museum sprayed a bright pink colored water as a reminder for the upcoming Komen Race for the Cure on Sunday.
The goal is to raise $800,000.
Through pre-registration, organizers are at 17% of that goal with close to $140,000.
Register offline by mailing your completed Race entry form along with payment.
You can Register in-person the morning of the race from 7 am to 9 am at a new location of the south fountain on Lincoln Memorial Drive across the street from the O'Donnell parking garage.
Komen has played a critical role in every major advance in the fight against breast cancer - transforming how the world talks about and treats this disease and helping to turn millions of breast cancer patients into breast cancer survivors.
This group says this progress was made with the continued community which the hope is will end one day with a world without breast cancer.
CBS 58 and Telemundo Wisconsin will be covering the event.
Be sure to stop by and say hi at the station tent where free pink sunglasses will be handed out while supplies last.
For more information on the race click here
To read more about survival rates click here
To see live interview from the Art Museum on the CBS 58 Morning News click here