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BeadPositive Key Chains

Spread the message about the importance of early detection of breast cancer. It is a message that every woman needs to know and one you can share with the women in your life — a daughter, sister, or friend. BeadPositive® key chains (formerly known as Beads for Life) help make this happen. They are three-dimensional teaching tools designed to inform women about breast health and early detection.

Carry a BeadPositive Key Chain

BeadPositive was founded by Kim Schaaf in 1997 under the name Beads for Life. Today BeadPositive is a part of Citrine Health’s Breast Health Program. The key chains are an easy and fun way to help spread the word on an extremely important and less discussed topic.

All proceeds go to supporting wellness programs for women and their families.

Each key chain is hand-beaded at Citrine Health in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Each bead on the key chain demonstrates the different size breast lumps that can be found depending on the detection method. The key chains are made out of wooden and glass beads making each key chain unique. Small variations in the natural materials add character and beauty to each piece. Colors vary by batch. The example below is illustrative of one such variation.

Key Chain

The beads represent the different-sized breast lumps that can be found using the following detection:

  • Pink bead: by accident
  • White bead: with regular breast self-exam
  • Natural bead: with first mammogram
  • Red bead: with yearly mammograms

Orders have a maximum quantity of 3 keychains. Since COVID, supplies are scarce. For larger quantity orders, please call (425) 259-9899.

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Bead Positive is helping to spread the message about the importance of early detection for breast cancer! www.beadpositive.org

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Free workshop at the Everett Public Library next Thursday, Feb. 22nd on wills, power of attorney, medical directives and more with Snohomish County Legal Services. Sign up at epls.org/SignMeUp.

For information on the Basic Food program, or to apply, call Citrine Health at (425) 259-9899.

#workshop #wills #powerofattorney #freeinformation #everettwa #everettwashington #snohomishcounty #nonprofit #basicfood #communityresourcesJoin Jane Pak, of Snohomish County Legal Services, for a Planning for the Future workshop on Thursday, Feb. 22 at the Evergreen Branch. This workshop will cover the essential legal documents you need when planning for the future:
* Last will and testament
* Power of attorney
* Medical directives
* And more!

Registration is required. Reserve your spot at epls.org/SignMeUp or call 425-257-8000
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Free workshop at the Everett Public Library next Thursday, Feb. 22nd on wills, power of attorney, medical directives and more with Snohomish County Legal Services. Sign up at epls.org/SignMeUp.

For information on the Basic Food program, or to apply, call Citrine Health at (425) 259-9899.

#workshop #wills #powerofattorney #freeinformation #everettwa #everettwashington #snohomishcounty #nonprofit #basicfood #communityresources
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Did you know that Citrine Health has a bra shop for post-mastectomy products? Check out Anne's interview with Post-Mastectomy Fitter Emma Gardener in our latest Citrine Health Presents video!

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Sliding scale veterinary care from Seattle Veterinary Outreach will be available this Friday, Feb. 2nd 10am-2pm at The Lynnwood Food Bank! First come, first served.

For more resources or to apply for the Basic Food program, call Citrine Health at (425) 259-9899.

#communitysupport #communityresources #veterinary #snohomishcounty #lynnwoodwa #nonprofit #basicfood #BasicNeeds #petcareSeattle Veterinary Outreach will be at Lynnwood Food Bank to provide sliding scale veterinary services for your pets.

Friday 2/2/24 10am - 2pm
At Lynnwood Food Bank
5320 176th Street SW, Lynnwood

First come first serve
Spaces limited; no guarantee everyone will be seen
Two pets per family limit
Code of conduct applies

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Sliding scale veterinary care from Seattle Veterinary Outreach will be available this Friday, Feb. 2nd 10am-2pm at The Lynnwood Food Bank! First come, first served.

For more resources or to apply for the Basic Food program, call Citrine Health at (425) 259-9899.

#CommunitySupport #communityresources #veterinary #snohomishcounty #lynnwoodwa #nonprofit #basicfood #BasicNeeds #PetCare
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