Breast cancer survivor Heather Sutton of Modesto is giving back in a couple of ways. SheÕs selling her abstract art to benefit others fighting the disease and sheÕs sheÕll be one of the four breast cancer survivors chosen to grace the label of Cleavage Creek Cellars wines, the owner of which donates 10 percent of his profits to fighting breast cancer.

Photo Courtesy of Heather Sutton. (We have the contract)
Breast cancer survivor Heather Sutton of Modesto is giving back in a couple of ways. SheÕs selling her abstract art to benefit others fighting the disease and sheÕs sheÕll be one of the four breast cancer survivors chosen to grace the label of Cleavage Creek Cellars wines, the owner of which donates 10 percent of his profits to fighting breast cancer. Photo Courtesy of Heather Sutton. (We have the contract)
Breast cancer survivor Heather Sutton of Modesto is giving back in a couple of ways. SheÕs selling her abstract art to benefit others fighting the disease and sheÕs sheÕll be one of the four breast cancer survivors chosen to grace the label of Cleavage Creek Cellars wines, the owner of which donates 10 percent of his profits to fighting breast cancer. Photo Courtesy of Heather Sutton. (We have the contract)

Jardine: Breast cancer survivor pays it forward

September 13, 2010 11:09 PM

UPDATED February 15, 2012 08:58 PM

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