Rock Falls Tourism proudly announces that the Pink Heals Tour will be coming to the Sauk Valley Area on Friday July 29th & Saturday July 30th 2016!
Pink Heals are a group of first responders that travel the country to raise awareness, spread hope and bring healing to those with cancer. Pink Heals will be spending time in Dixon, Morrison, Rock Falls & Sterling over two days. Don’t miss the Pink Heals Tour as they make a special stopover in Rock Falls and the surrounding communities!
Local non-profits and first responders are already volunteering to help make Pink Heals Tour-Rock Falls, Illinois 2016 stop even more inspiring. CGH, Home of Hope, Firehouse Ministries of God, Morrison Community Hospital, Morrison Police Department, Rock Falls Police Department, Sterling Police Department, KSB, Lee County Health Department, Lee County Sheriff’s Department, Dixon Police Department, Rock Falls Fire Department, Sterling Fire Department, Morrison Fire Department, Dixon Fire Department, American Cancer Society, Sauk Valley Area Chamber of Commerce, Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois and the list keeps growing! Visit the Rock Falls Tourism for more information, plus, find our local events page on Facebook at “Pink Heals Tour-Rock Falls, Illinois”
Come together on Saturday at the Riverfront Patio with a Pink Party! The pink heals truck will be on display and the event will feature health & wellness booths from many organizing for-profits and non-profits. In addition, there will be food, music and activities for the children. New this year-Cruiz’in Pink! Cars, trucks, motorcycles, golf carts, mopeds, bicycles (with or without training wheels!), tricycles…. Show your support by decorating Pink and Cruise on in. This new event is FREE for everyone. What a wonderful way to show community support for all those who are living with cancer and memorializing those we’ve lost, by Cruiz’in Pink during the Pink Party on the Riverfront Patio. Join at dusk for our pink fireworks display as we recognize those who are living with cancer and in memory of those we’ve lost to cancer, to raise awareness, spread hope, bring healing and most importantly, to CELEBRATE LIFE.