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Breast Cancer Awareness: Branchburg, Franklin Police, Somerset prosecutor unveil pink vehicles

SOMERVILLE – Most people go to the annual Far Hills Race Meeting to see the power of horses.

This year they will see a unique display of horsepower at the races – three police vehicles wrapped in pink to highlight Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The thousands who attend the annual event, scheduled for Oct. 19 at Moorland Farm in Far Hills, will have the opportunity to sign their names on the cars to show their support of the fight against breast cancer, Ron Kennedy, of the Far Hills Race Meeting Association, said Friday morning at a news conference on the steps of the Historic Courthouse to unveil the pink vehicles.

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