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story.lead_photo.caption Lora Burris paints a sign reading "Tough Girls Fight" for the Tough Kookie Foundation's upcoming breast cancer-themed art installation at the Regional Arts Center arts park. The foundation was started by Katina Levingston, a breast cancer survivor herself, who saw a need to support breast cancer patients and survivors in the Texarkana region. Fifty-five paintings made by volunteers will be unveiled at 5 p.m. on Oct. 28 Photo by Kelsi Brinkmeyer / Texarkana Gazette.

Lora Burris paints a sign reading "Tough Girls Fight" for the Tough Kookie Foundation's upcoming breast cancer-themed art installation at the Regional Arts Center arts park. The foundation was started by Katina Levingston, a breast  cancer survivor herself, who saw a need to support breast cancer patients and survivors in the Texarkana region. Fifty-five paintings made by volunteers will be unveiled at 5 p.m. on Oct. 28.

Debbi Jones paints a sign reading "real men rock pink" for the art installation.
Photo by Kelsi Brinkmeyer/Texarkana Gazette.
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