Gail. L. from Carlsbad, California and Taylor M. from Hudson, New Hampshire sent in these photos of the firefighters of Hudson. They've made an amazing effort to raise money and awareness this month for breast cancer. They even named the truck "Ellen"! Thank you to everyone at the Hudson Fire Department, from everyone here at Ellen!



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Terri Crawford
642 days ago

I was diagnosed with breast cancer on April 11, 2012. This journey has changed my life (and my family's)in so many ways. I went through chemotherapy, which was super hard. Two weeks ago I had a masectomy and still recovering at home from this surgery. In a few weeks I will undergo radiation therapy. I thank God for my husband and family. They have been right by me through this hard journey. I encourage all breast cancer survivors or those currently undergoing treatment to not to give up. Live each day like it is your last. Oh, and I absolutely love the pink firetruck!

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vernelle oglesby
652 days ago

Ellen, I try to watch your show every day when I can, you see I am a hospice care giver. This wasn't my career until I left the government aftr 25 years to take care of my sick mother. I didn't know any thing about taking care of the sick except feeding them and giving them a bathe. But after I tried for prefect assistant care, I begin to put my heart and soul into this. After 6 years, my mothr passed away in 2003, and let me tet you death is so beautiful. It is all about who you are and at the end of the day, you are still the same. But what I really wanted to say, You stated on your show about doing a great community service, well you got it kid, I am the one. I went back to school and received my bacholar degree and begin to work in the community to help the homeless and needed person, our sisters and brother. but before this, when I was taken care of my mother, I did the same for my father in 2005 is when he passed away. I enjoyed every moment of it. Ater I losted my home to foreclouse and my vehicle charge off, because of not working, I continue to do my community work and take care senior citizen and I just love it. This is how I give back to the community by helping someone to survise.

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