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Grammy award-winning country music star Trisha Yearwood held a luncheon in her Brentwood home on Monday where she honored 24 women who have been affected by breast cancer.

Yearwood, who lost her mother to breast cancer, is devoted to supporting the American Cancer Society and has partnered with JCPenney to raise money for the cause.

According to a news release, for every sale of her new album “Every Girl” at JCPenney, $2 will be donated to the American Cancer Society.



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