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Scituate parents receiving honor in daughter’s name

SHADES OF HOPE: Suzanne Donahue  was relentless about getting the word out about skin cancer, the disease that took her life in May at the age of 40. She was a spokeswoman for the Melanoma Foundation of New England, joining its speakers bureau to warn high school and college students about the dangers of tanning and the importance of sun safety.

On Tuesday, the foundation holds its Shades of Hope Gala at the Mandarin Oriental in Boston. As part of the gala, the first Suzanne Donahue Keeper of the Hope Award will be presented to her parents, Kathy and David Donahue  of Scituate.

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