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BOWLING GREEN, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Anyone who gets a cancer
ribbon tattoo this weekend at Studio 14 in Bowling Green is helping a local
Kele Pallitta lost her
7-month-old son to cancer, and now she's made it her mission to help families
who are dealing with the same. She puts together baskets filled with goodies
and delivers them to various hospitals.
This Saturday, she's
having an event called "Tattoos for a Cause" at Studio 14.
The doors open at 9 a.m.
Saturday and will stay open as long as people are coming in. The first 10
people through the door will get a $50 gift certificate toward their tattoo.
Pallitta says there are a
ton of door prizes, there will be music, and temporary tattoos for those who
don't want to commit to a real one.
The best part: 100 percent
of the proceeds will go to Elias Adin's Comforting Hearts.
"I kind of went to [Studio
14] asking if they want to do this event, and just a percentage of each tattoo
go to the charity," Pallitta said. "They decided on what they wanted to donate."
Participants can get a
cancer ribbon tattoo of any color, or a tattoo of Elias Adin's Comforting