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Corinthia B. Ball, affectionately known as "Peaches," is an eight-year survivor of the Shades of Pink Breast Cancer Survivors Choir. Founded in 2003, this group of breast cancer survivors sets out each year to raise awareness about breast cancer, the benefits of early detection, and survivorship. Together, their collective and melodic voice inspires and brings hope to those who hear and see them.  Corinthia attends Light of the World Christian Tabernacle in Stockbridge, Ga., under the awesome leadership of Archbishop Ruth Smith-Holmes where she is a member of the Worship Arts Ministry, serving as one of the Choir Directors, and also on the praise team. She has been married for 26 years to Charles Ball, Sr., and they have three lovely children, Chanirika, Charles II and Cameron.

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The all-volunteer, 14-member Clayton County Fire & Emergency Services Honor Guard was established in 1984 and continues to uphold the proud traditions of Clayton County Fire & Emergency Services. Members are chosen after a rigorous vetting process and represent the firm leadership that comes with quiet confidence. The Clayton County Fire & Emergency Services Honor Guard is dedicated to the service of others, exemplifying their department's core values of honor, courage and commitment.


SunTrust and King BMX will pay tribute to Breast Cancer Awareness with a special halftime performance that includes our own Freddie Falcon! Lead by founder Keith King, King BMX Stunt Shows is one of the top stunt shows in the nation and have performed at events which include several NASCAR races, NBA and NFL halftimes and countless state fairs while touring around the entire country! King BMX was also a Top 48 selection out of 78,000 contestants on the hit NBC television show "America's Got Talent."

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