Cities/Counties Participating (Click on Teal Name to Visit Online)
Alabama Cities Participating
State of Alabama


City of Adamsville


City of Alabaster

The City of Alabaster issued a proclamation declaring September GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Mayor Marty Handlon with Rachel Sizemore from the Laura Crandall Brown Foundation accepting the proclamation.


City of Arab

Mayor Bob Joslin presented a proclamation to GYN cancer survivors Lisa Broussard declaring September as Ovarian/GYN Cancer Awareness Month. 


City of Athens

The City of Athens issued a proclamation declaring September GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Mayor Ronnie Marks presented the proclamation to Angie Norwood from Mildred's Angels.


City of Attalla

Mayor Larry Means issued a proclamation declaring September as Ovarian/GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Mayor Means presented the proclamation to survivor Carol Scott.


City of Auburn

The City of Auburn issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Thanks to Mayor Bill Hamm for his participation in A State of Teal.


City of Bessemer

The City of Bessemer issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Thanks to Mayor Kenneth Gulley for his support.


City of Birmingham

Mayor William Bell has presented a proclamation to Zeke Willis  declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month in the City of Birmingham. 


City of Calera

City of Chelsea

The City of Chelsea issued a proclamation declaring September GYN Cancer Awareness Month. 

 


City of Childersburg

Mayor Jimmy Payne presented a proclamation to survivor Gail McCarrick at the City Council Meetings declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month.


City of Columbiana

The City of Columbiana issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month in Columbiana.


City of Dothan


City of Enterprise


City of Florence

The City of Florence issued a proclamation declaring September Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Mayor Mickey Haddock presented the proclmation to the Lilies of the Valley.


City of Gadsden

Mayor Sherman Guyton issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Present to receive the proclamation was survivor and Gadsden resident, Carol Scott.


City of Gardendale

The City of Gardendale has presented a proclamation declaring September GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Mayor Stan Hogeland presented a proclmation to Michelle Cargile, a Gardendale resident and ovarian cancer survivor.

Pictured below is Michelle, her husband Chad and two of her three beautiful children. 


City of Helena

The City of Helena issued a proclamation declaring September GYN Cancer Awareness Month. The proclamtion was presented to Jennifer Smiley, Joy Pederson, and Malisa Hester of the CanSurvive support group.

 


City of Homewood

The City of Homewood issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Mayor McBrayer presented to Shay McNamee, ovarian cancer survivor and Homewood resident, and other committee members at the city council meeting.

 


City of Hoover

The City of Hoover issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month. The proclamation was presented to Kelly Rice, Hoover resident and ovarian cancer survivor, and other committee members at the city council meeting.


City of Hueytown

Mayor Baumann of Hueytown issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month in their city. Pictured below are ovarian cancer survivors Sharon Sxy and Tammy Dabbs who accepted the proclamation.

 


City of Huntsville

The City of Huntsville issued a proclamation declaring September GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Thanks to Mayor Tommy Battle for his participation in A State of Teal. The proclamation was presented to the Lilies of the Valley support group.

 


City of Irondale

The City of Irondale issued a proclamation declaring September GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Thanks to Councilman Craig Sanderson who sponsored the proclamation and to Mayor Tommy Joe Alexander for his participation in A State of Teal.


City of Jasper

The City of Jasper issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month at their City Council meeting. Cecilia Crandall, mother of Laura Crandall Brown, and Karen Globetti, ovarian cancer survivor, were present to receive the proclamation. 


City of Lafayette

The City of Lafayette has issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Thanks to Mayor Matthew Hurst for his participation in A State of Teal.


City of Lanett

Mayor Matthew Hurst issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month in September.


City of Leeds

The City of Leeds issued a proclamation declaring September as Ovarian/GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Thanks to survivor Sonya Wells for arranging for this and to Mayor David Miller for his support of A State of Teal. Click to view the proclamation.


City of Madison

The City of Madison issued a proclamation declaring September GYN Cancer Awareness Month at their August city council meeting. Thanks to Mayor Troy Trulock for his participation in A State of Teal.


City of Midfield

The City of Midfield and Mayor Gary Richardson have proclaimed September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month in the city.


City of Mobile

Mayor Sandy Stimpson is supporting a State of Teal by issuing a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month.


City of Montevallo

Hollie Cost, Mayor of the City of Montevallo, will issued a proclamation declaring September 12 as GYN Cancer Awareness Day. The Parrish family accepted the proclamation.


City of Montgomery

The City of Montgomery has issued a proclamation declaring September GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Mayor Todd Strange presented the proclamation to city employee and ovarian cancer suvivor Kim Fehl.


City of Mountain Brook

The City of Mountain Brook issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month at their City Council meeting. Mayor Terry Oden presented the proclamation to Jennifer Smiley of the LCBF.

 


City of Opelika

The City of Opelika has issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Thanks to Mayor Gary Fuller for his participation in A State of Teal.


City of Oxford


City of Ozark

Mayor Billy Blackwell issued a proclamation declaring September as Ovarian and GYN Cancer Awareness Month in Ozark. Ovarian cancer survivors Robin Wyatt and Chris Adams and Glenn Hazenfield who recently lost his wife to ovarian cancer accepted the proclamation.


City of Pelham

The City of Pelham issued a proclamation declaring the month of September as GYN Cancer Awareness month.  The 2016 news story and photos are found in the press release here in the News section.

 

 


City of Riverside

The City of Riverside has issued a proclamation declaring September as Ovarian/GYN Cancer Awareneses Month. Thanks to Mayor Rusty Bailey for his support of our effort and to Tammy Hayes for coordinating this effort. Click here to view the proclamation.


City of Russellville

Mary Ann Clements accepted a resolution recognizing September as Ovarian/Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month. See article here.

 


City of Scottsboro

Mayor Melton Potter issued a proclamation declaring September as Ovarian/GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Preesnt to receive the proclamation was Deborah Miller, Scottsboro resident and GYN cancer survivor. 


City of Sylacauga

The City of Sylacauga issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Mayor Doug Murphee presented the proclamation to local resident and ovarian cancer survivor Kayla Brasher.


City of Tuscaloosa

Mayor Walt Maddox issued a proclamation declaring September of as GYN Cancer Awareness Month. Mayor Maddox presented the proclamation to local resident and ovarian cancer survivor Sandra Reed.

 


City of Valley

Mayor Leonard Riley issued a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month.


City of Vestavia

Mayor Butch Zaragoza presented a proclamation to Ginny Bourland, Vestavia resident and ovarian cancer survivor, declaring September GYN Cancer Awareness Month.

 


Alabama Counties Participating
Autauga County

Chambers County


Jefferson County Commission

Jefferson County Commission and President Jimmie Stephens for declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month in Jefferson County.


Lee County

Limestone County


Morgan County


Pickens County

Pike County Commission

Pike County Commission issuing a proclamation declaring September as GYN Cancer Awareness Month.


Russell County


Shelby County