Kimberly Rubio helped co-found Addison’s Army Against Melanoma after her friend, Briana Cox, 33, and Cox’s daughter Addison, 2 years old, died of melanoma. Rubio has distributed nearly 70,000 coloring books to schools to inform children about how to protect themselves from the sun. Addison’s Army also has received a $25,000 grant from State Farm Insurance to help distribute more educational information. Photographed at her home in west Wichita. (Aug. 1, 2014)
Kimberly Rubio helped co-found Addison’s Army Against Melanoma after her friend, Briana Cox, 33, and Cox’s daughter Addison, 2 years old, died of melanoma. Rubio has distributed nearly 70,000 coloring books to schools to inform children about how to protect themselves from the sun. Addison’s Army also has received a $25,000 grant from State Farm Insurance to help distribute more educational information. Photographed at her home in west Wichita. (Aug. 1, 2014) The Wichita Eagle
Kimberly Rubio helped co-found Addison’s Army Against Melanoma after her friend, Briana Cox, 33, and Cox’s daughter Addison, 2 years old, died of melanoma. Rubio has distributed nearly 70,000 coloring books to schools to inform children about how to protect themselves from the sun. Addison’s Army also has received a $25,000 grant from State Farm Insurance to help distribute more educational information. Photographed at her home in west Wichita. (Aug. 1, 2014) The Wichita Eagle

Good Deeds: Friend works to spread awareness about skin cancer

August 03, 2014 11:28 AM

UPDATED August 08, 2014 02:41 PM

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