The pink positivity bracelets are sold in packs of three; people who purchase them are supposed to wear one and give the other two away, to people who spread positivity in the world. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Ann Murray Paige, left, enjoys a "positivity celebration" Thursday evening at Fit House with co-owner Jen Miramontes. Paige is fighting a recurrence of breast cancer that now has spread to her lungs, brain and liver. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Rose Cholewinski, owner of SwimAmerica in Davis, right, reaches out to hug Ann Murray Paige at Thursday's "positivity celebration" at Fit House. The occasion was an opportunity for Cholewinski to give Paige the proceeds from sales of positivity bracelets. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo
Ann Murray Paige of Davis speaks at Massachusetts General Hospital's "The One Hundred," an event this past summer that honored 100 people or organizations for their contributions in the fight against cancer. Courtesy photo

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