Sale of pink excavator helps Komen Lexington
Susan G. Komen Lexington received a check for $85,000 from LBX Co. from its sale of Pinky Linky, a pink excavator that was sold at auction in Las Vegas to benefit the organization. Pictured are, back row, from left, Eric Sauvage, LBX Co. president; Christopher Young, Komen Lexington Board vice president; Lexington Mayor Jim Gray; and Bob Quick, Commerce Lexington president and CEO. Front row, left, Natasha Milby, affiliate coordinator for Komen Lexington; and Linda Gilker, Komen board member.
Sale of pink excavator helps Komen Lexington Susan G. Komen Lexington received a check for $85,000 from LBX Co. from its sale of Pinky Linky, a pink excavator that was sold at auction in Las Vegas to benefit the organization. Pictured are, back row, from left, Eric Sauvage, LBX Co. president; Christopher Young, Komen Lexington Board vice president; Lexington Mayor Jim Gray; and Bob Quick, Commerce Lexington president and CEO. Front row, left, Natasha Milby, affiliate coordinator for Komen Lexington; and Linda Gilker, Komen board member.
Sale of pink excavator helps Komen Lexington Susan G. Komen Lexington received a check for $85,000 from LBX Co. from its sale of Pinky Linky, a pink excavator that was sold at auction in Las Vegas to benefit the organization. Pictured are, back row, from left, Eric Sauvage, LBX Co. president; Christopher Young, Komen Lexington Board vice president; Lexington Mayor Jim Gray; and Bob Quick, Commerce Lexington president and CEO. Front row, left, Natasha Milby, affiliate coordinator for Komen Lexington; and Linda Gilker, Komen board member.

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