SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS, firstname.lastname@example.org Linda Stevens was the first to kiss a mullet Saturday at the Englewood Area Cancer Foundation benefit concert on Dearborn Street. Due to the red tide, a fake mullet was used, organizers said. This didn’t bother Stevens at all. Stevens, with Steven’s The Florist South and David Dignam with Key Agency were top fundraisers for the EACF and were named Miss Kitty and Marshall Dillon of the Western-themed event. A Parade of Lights took place just before the concert.
SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS, email@example.com Team Wildflowerz, made up of staff from Lock ’n Key and Stevens The Florist South, walked in the parade of lights on Dearborn Street Saturday evening to honor cancer warriors and those who lost the fight. The event was a fundraiser for the Englewood Area Cancer Foundation.
Wearing his red and white winter cap, Lou Long and a gang of supporters gather for a photo. Long is founder and president of the Englewood Area Cancer Foundation and chairman of its first ever benefit concert and Kiss a Mullet fundraiser.
A. J. Abbott drives the “Beach Buggy” down Dearborn Street for the EACF parade of lights.
Fourteen-month-old Madison Milam gets a hug and kiss from Woody, the Country Hound Café mascot, at the EACF benefit concert Saturday evening in Garrett Park, downtown Englewood.
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