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640 Winter Street

Woonsocket, RI 02895

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Be part of the Athena's Cup and a Guinness World Record Attempt - below is the official form to fill out! Pick your dates and times and we'll see you there! Please share this link with your family and friends who have expressed interest in helping!

River’s Edge Park in Woonsocket, RI

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We HOOK October 5, 6, 7 & 8.

The judge for Guinness is coming on the 8th to certify our attempt.

We hope to see everyone on the 8th too!

 

 

We have been collecting bras for 10 years. Along the way our Goddesses and Adoni have helped inform people about the need for medical research and how a healthy lifestyle and regular self-checks and mammograms will all improve the odds for survival.

 

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