กระเป๋าเป้ ราคาถูก Step-by-step Deciding On Significant Issues For Koman Cancer program,” Ashlee Mauti, a spokesperson with Covelli Enterprises, said. However, when the Joanie Abdu Comprehensive Breast Care Center was opening, Covelli decided to direct the funds raised in the pink ribbon bagel campaign and the company’s annual Panerathon to the local cancer center. “Last year, the pink ribbon bagel campaign raised approximately $25,000,” Mauti said. More than 12,000 pink ribbon bagels were sold on one day in 2016. This year, the amount raised though the Pink Ribbon Bagel sales will be matched by YSU’s Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. The funds from both the Pink Ribbon Bagel sales and the ZTA match will be presented at the 17th annual Pink Ribbon Cheer Classic at Youngstown State University on Oct. 22. Covelli Enterprises Inc. funds have assisted in the purchase of a mobile mammography vehicle that allows the hospital to take the equipment needed to detect breast cancer to low-income residents. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.tribtoday.com/news/local-news/2017/10/ribbon-bagels-raise-funds/ Note to designers of bags: there are NO nice laptop bags for women. At all. It's all men's bags! Do women not own laptops?! Rola Abu Hassan @Rola Abu Hassan ...as found by BBC Monitoring These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption Decorative manhole covers attract the attention of "drainspotters" A city in central Japan recently held a lottery for decorative manhole covers after a sale offer became twenty-times oversubscribed. Maebashi, which is 77 miles (124 km) north of Tokyo, put ten second-hand manhole covers on the market for 3,000 yen ($27; £20) with three different designs, and was surprised to receive over 200 applications to buy them, broadcaster NHK reports . According to TV Asahi, the winners may have grabbed a bargain, given that new covers cost some 60,000 yen each, but some of the lucky collectors have still yet to decide what to do with them. One buyer, who took the day off work to drive up from Tokyo to collect his 40 kg (88 lb) purchase, shares the dilemma of many people who make off-the-wall purchases: where to keep it now that he's got it. "I'll put it in my porch, then I'll think about what to do with it," he told NHK. However, he hints that there may be a touch of buyer's regret, and a drain cover may not be entirely welcome at home. TV Asahi caught up with him in his cramped Tokyo porch, where he told the broadcaster: "I'm in trouble. This is the last time." Image caption The covers weigh 40kg each and (possibly) have a number of uses around the home Japanese manhole covers attract the attention of collectors from all over the country due to their decorative designs. Last year a company released a set of drain cover collectors' cards , complete with coordinates so that "drainspotters" could pay their favourites a visit. It's not a specifically Japanese interest, either. UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn lists "the history and design of manhole covers" among his hobbies. กระเป๋า axixi