We’re turning pink for awareness


Left, Bluebonnet’s member service centers are illuminated in pink to bring awareness to breast cancer. Right, Heath Walden, a Bastrop crew supervisor, sports a pink hard hat. Photos by Sarah Beal 

Love of community is at the heart of what we do at Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative, and we’re proud to help raise awareness of breast cancer in October. For the seventh year in a row, Bluebonnet is turning pink this month to bring attention to the need for more research and support for those with this form of cancer.

During Breast Cancer Awareness month, our member service centers are illuminated in pink, line workers wear pink hard hats, Bluebonnet service trucks bear pink ribbon decals and employees will sometimes wear pink T-shirts.

In October, Bluebonnet members can pick up an informational handout (in English and Spanish), a pink ribbon pin or a pink paper ribbon embedded with flower seeds at any of our member service centers in Bastrop, Brenham, Giddings, Lockhart or Manor.

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