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Help 'boot out cancer' in Prescott and PV through Oct. 31

Courtesy<br>Pictured is Prescott Police Chief Jerry Monahan, YRMC President and CEO John Amos and Prescott Fire Chief Dennis Light.

Courtesy<br>Pictured is Prescott Police Chief Jerry Monahan, YRMC President and CEO John Amos and Prescott Fire Chief Dennis Light.

Boot Out Cancer is the annual fundraising event that Gurley St Grill, The Office Restaurant and Murphy's Restaurant hold each October to raise funds for the BreastCare Center at Yavapai Regional.

Funds are raised via donation or by buying boot Koozies for $2 at any of our locations in downtown Prescott. Fundraising ends Oct. 31. If you stop by the Gurley Street Grill, be sure to ask for the Boot Out Cancer menu.

When you order an item from the Boot Out Cancer menu, $1 will be donated to the BreastCare Center at Yavapai Regional Medical Center.

Help raise money to help Boot Out Cancer! In 2014, Boot Out Cancer in Prescott and Prescott Valley raised $12,568. The money raised goes to the BreastCare Center where it is used in a variety of ways including helping those women who may not be able to afford a mammogram, and transportation to and from the hospital for those who need it.

If you have any questions regarding this year's Boot Out Cancer event, or if you would like to contribute, call 928-848-7294 or 928-377-7971 or send an email to marketing@tacos.com.

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