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Cancer Care Center Gets Funds

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Minot's Spicy Pie restaurant proved a little pizza can go a long way.

In fact, it can help promote cancer awareness.

Early this morning the Spicy Pie donated over 23-hundred dollars to the Trinity Health Foundation.

That money will help the Trinity Cancer Care Center in its mission to create cancer awareness.

The money was raised during an October campaign in which the spicy pie donated 50 cents for every pie sold and 10 cents for every slice.

Customers also purchased t-shirts and donated money, which added to the funds.

Trinity Cancer Care Director, Shane Jordan, says promoting cancer awareness can lead to positive outcomes for patients.

(Shane Jordan, Trinity Cancer Care Director)"What it does, it helps us fund different events that we do during the course of the year to help support cancer awareness, get the word out to the public. We do events to show that we're here to offer any kind of support our patients might need during their time here."

A Spicy Pie spokesperson says the restaurant plans to hold the campaign again next October.

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