Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post See Image Gallery. Coral Warren shows off her pink balloon hat at the Catrina McKittrick and Kristen Koch hold signs that read Sassi, owned by Patsy Needham, is dressed perfectly in theme for the Mary Meacham and her son Keegan cross the 5K finish line with a smile. North County Fire Protection District, the Fallbrook Firefighters Association, Kairin Clinic, and the Care to Wear Pink organization hosted the 5k as well as a visit from pink firetrucks. Proceeds raised by the Fallbrook Firefighters Association ($2,500) were donated to local resident Patty Christensen who is currently fighting end stage breast cancer. From left, Ingrid Reinig (holding Lita), Julian Lopez of Fresno Fire, and Suzanne Dvorak pose for a photo when the Pink Firetrucks Organization visited Fallbrook High School the evening of October 3. The top three winners in the men The top three finishers in the women Some of the participants on hand at the Irene Soto gets a From left, Jennifer Zens, Lisa Mausia and Leah Findler lent their support to the Let the 5K begin! The fundraising event for cancer causes raised $3,000. A group of Miss Fallbrook supports the 5K and shared her experiences with her Nikki Warren leads 5k participants in pre-race warm-up exercises. Zarick MacDonald proudly displays his pink hair in support of the Juan Sanchez of Vista took first place in the men Mike Benoit took second place in the men Eddie Soto and his son, Eddie Jr. finished the race in third place in the men Leo Romero, Fallbrook Jennifer Paull took first place in the women Oliver Guanga heads for the finish line. Kari Moreno, left, and Karen Lewis enjoy the 5K run. Lynne Bradley crosses the finish line. Steve Abbott of North County Fire thanks the crowd for their participation in the Lisa Hill won a gift certificate at the 5K event that is good for one free belly dancing Sam Russell heads for the 5K finish line. Joining together at the visit by the pink fire trucks are, from left, Shirley Juul, Captain Mike Mullins (Virginia Beach, Virginia), and Cherie Juul of North County Fire. Inspirational messages were written all over each pink fire truck at the October 3 visit from the Pink Firetrucks Organization at Fallbrook High School. The ribbon symbol, known internationally, represents the ongoing fight against cancer. Marlene Sudomir and Rosemarie Peralta pose for photos on the pink bench with the ribbon symbol in the background. Brian Greenwood did 20 push ups to earn raffle tickets. Watching in the background are George Henry, left, and Cynthia Henry, right, owners of Kaia F.I.T. Cynthia is a cancer survivor. ‘Care to Wear Pink’ 5K and visit from pink fire trucks during ‘Pink Heals Tour’ serve positive purpose added by Newsroom on October 11, 2012 View all posts by Newsroom → 2 Responses to "‘Care to Wear Pink’ 5K and visit from pink fire trucks during ‘Pink Heals Tour’ serve positive purpose" Anita Marciel Williams October 13, 2012 at 12:22 pm My daughter Aim Reply Dogwood October 19, 2012 at 8:11 pm Pink fire trucks are awesome–let’s find a cure. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.