From left, Aidan Youngerman, Heather Edwards, John Marx, Gregory Hill and Catherine Foreman helped Panera Bread on North Main Street go all out on Monday in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All proceeds from Panera's signature Pink Ribbon Bagel were donated to the Susan G. Koman Foundation. Managers Doug Knapp, Daniel Foxwell, Beverly Hall, Julien King and Jeffery Miller helped Panera workers set up for the “Pink Out Day,” and workers Imari Griffin, Catherine Foreman, Heather Edwards, Beth Redd, Sierra Hodge and others helped decorate the cafe. Diana High, the baker at Panera, made all the bagels and spent extra time creating baguettes shaped and colored like ribbons that featured in the photo.
From left, Aidan Youngerman, Heather Edwards, John Marx, Gregory Hill and Catherine Foreman helped Panera Bread on North Main Street go all out on Monday in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All proceeds from Panera's signature Pink Ribbon Bagel were donated to the Susan G. Koman Foundation. Managers Doug Knapp, Daniel Foxwell, Beverly Hall, Julien King and Jeffery Miller helped Panera workers set up for the “Pink Out Day,” and workers Imari Griffin, Catherine Foreman, Heather Edwards, Beth Redd, Sierra Hodge and others helped decorate the cafe. Diana High, the baker at Panera, made all the bagels and spent extra time creating baguettes shaped and colored like ribbons that featured in the photo.

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Published 8:35pm Thursday, October 24, 2013

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