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~ Honoring Women Touched by Breast Cancer ~HighlightSPublications PublisherPRODUCTIONS, LLCBringing Business & Community Together20079 Stone Oak Parkway Suite 1105-195San Antonio, TX 78258 Office: 210-548-6448 Fax: 210-548-6448Article Submissionsinfo@highlightspub.comDirect mailed to 78023, 78253, 78258, 78070, 78163 and select routes in 78260. Rack distribution at local area businesses, medical community & libraries.Copyright © 2022 by Barbera Productions LLC. All rights reserved. No part of this issue may be reproduced in whole or in part in any form without permission of the publisher or copyright holder. Neither participating advertisers nor the publishers will be responsible or liable for misinformation, misprints or typographical errors. The publishers reserve the right to edit any submitted material. Barbera Productions is not responsible for unsolicited manuscripts, artwork, or other material.ADear Community,t Highlights Publications, we believe in honoring every woman who has been affected by breast cancer. The sad reality is that many of us know someone - be it a family member, friend, neighbor, or colleague - who has experienced the weight of this disease.Encountering someone battling breast cancer can leave us at a loss for words or actions. It’s hard to know how best to offer support. In such moments, it’s crucial to remember that sometimes, merely being present is the best gesture. Being a listening ear, offering a shoulder to cry on, or even accompanying them to an appointment can make a world of difference.While a breast cancer diagnosis is undeniably heartbreaking and overwhelming, it is not devoid of hope. The medical world has advanced significantly, and there are more options and information available today than there were ten years ago. For those diagnosed, we sincerely hope that you are enveloped in the love and support of those close to you.Our latest issue brings forward narratives of resilient women, some who have overcome breast cancer. Every year, their hopes rise high as they undergo their annual mammograms, praying for good health. Each of these women, despite their unique experiences, shares a common identity –they are warriors!To all the brave souls who shared theirstories, we salute you. Your journey not only spreads awareness but also instills hope in many.We can’t stress enough the importance of regular mammograms. Early detection is a crucial step that can potentially save your life. To those diagnosed, ensure you have a trustworthy oncologist to guide you, but more importantly, let the love and support of your loved ones be your strength.May every one of you find peace in your journey, and our prayers are with you, always hoping for a complete recovery.On a lighter note, a big thank you to all who sent in photos of their pets inHalloween attire for our Great Pupkin Contest. Stay tuned to our November issue where we’ll announce the winner.We cherish your readership and look forward to your continued engagement. As we approach Veterans Day, we’re on the lookout for Veterans to feature in our November issue, honoring their service.Until our next issue, we send our best wishes and gratitude.Sincerely,Ronnie & Gina BarberaRonnie & Gina Barbera Publishers1/2 HOUR FREE CONSULTATION!Let’s Visit and See How I Can Help You!Call “The Will Lady” Today!The Law Office ofKathleen Cassidy Goodman, PLLC12274 Bandera Rd., Suite 222www.BexarLaw.comHelotes, TX 78023210-949-1000 www.bexarlaw.com25 Years of Legal ExperienceWills • Trusts • Probate • Inheritance • Estate Planning Medical & Financial Power of Attorney • Business Entity FormationMAGNAPAINTINGYOUR INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING EXPERTS$100 OFFAny Interior or Exterior Project of $1,000 or more!$200 OFFAny Interior or ExteriorProject of $2,000 or more!Must mention Highlights Newspapers. Call for details. Expires 10/31/23SCAN or CALL TODAY!(210) 446-5795October 2023www.alamoranchhighlights.com3

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