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PINKS ON THE PATIO at La Cantera Resort & Spa Benefits WINGS

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Since its 2017 inception, PINKS ON THE PATIO (POTP) at La Cantera Resort & Spa has donated more than $21,000 to WINGS, which provides comprehensive breast health services to uninsured women in Central and South Texas. POTP-themed Fridays will feature music, drink specials and tasty snacks. Two dollars from each drink goes back to WINGS. All Resort eateries will have PINK menu options to benefit the charity. Pink LED lights amid the landscaping will bring focus to Breast Cancer Awareness Month. October 22 Theme: PINK scarves and feather boas.

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