During the Little Falls Arts and Crafts Fair, Saturday, Sept. 8, those who wish to get a tattoo can do so, and by doing so, also help a family in Morrison County who is dealing with breast cancer.
Jeff Stumpf of Skyline Tattoo and his crew will begin at 9 a.m. to create breast-cancer related tattoos for $50 each — of that amount $40 or 90 percent will be given to a family facing breast cancer. Stumpf said a full board of designs will be available to choose from. “We will only keep what the supplies cost,” said Stumpf. His tattoo artists are donating their time for the entire day.
Also available are breast cancer ribbon stickers for sale, which will also benefit a family. In addition, the entire staff will be wearing pink T-shirts that day.
So far, Stumpf said 87 people have signed up to get a tattoo, but there is room for many more, he said. Three artists will be on hand and one will be on standby.
The Morrison County family that will benefit from this fundraiser has not yet been chosen. Stumpf is hoping to make this an annual event, with a new family chosen each year.
Skyline Tattoo is located at 202 First St. N.E., across from the Little Falls Police Station.