Students Grow Pink Pumpkins To Benefit Breast Cancer Awareness

Essink said she's grown pumpkins before at her home near Adams, but the pink pumpkins presented unique challenges. The pumpkins first grow white, and then the shade tints to a light pink, but not all of her pumpkins ended up changing shades. She managed to grow nearly 30 full-sized pumpkins, but only about 10 ended up with a pink hue.

Source :

Students grow pink pumpkins to benefit breast cancer awareness
Glantz: November up for grabs for awareness
PHOTO GALLERY: "Turn it Pink" and Play4TheCure
Vietnam’s breast cancer warriors bare their breasts
‘Before you can take care of others, you must be in good health’
Grab your costumes because Halloween is coming to the metro-east this week
Oakland County community calendar Oct. 28-Nov. 3
Hermosa Beach Weekend Guide: South Bay By Jackie
Breast density awareness could save lives, say 'Cheri's Law' supporters
Flourish Teams Up with Wacoal for Breast Cancer Fundraiser