'Many of our customers have been diagnosed themselves, or are caring for loved ones,' said Cody Pest Control President John Cody.
Cody Pest Control goes pink
To celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Cody Pest Control covered a service truck in pink from bumper to bumper. The truck is bright pink and features pink ribbons, while the tailgate offers words of encouragement, support and hope.
“Many of our customers have been diagnosed themselves, or are caring for loved ones,” said President John Cody. “We hope that our pink truck showing up to their house or driving down the road will put a smile on their face and give a little hope, or remind others to do their self-exams.” Call Lara Harris at 437-3479 or email at [email protected].
Local salon to donate proceeds to Hurricane Matthew victim
Reflections Salon Inc., a family-owned business, will be offering $10 haircuts and donating all proceeds from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, to Kevin Kosinski, a stage 4 cancer survivor and Hurricane Matthew victim.
Kosinski recently received a clean bill of health after battling stage 4 esophageal cancer. The family was still in the process of paying off medical bills when their home was flooded by Hurricane Matthew. They lost nearly everything. Kevin Kinoski worked at the Matanzas Innlet Restaurant, in St. Augustine, for nearly 20 years.