Roseabella presents a check to the Watertown Breast Cancer Support Group.  Pictured for left to right:  Kathryn Jurrens, Austin Petrik, Brittany Petrik, Colita Remmers and Susie Faehn. 

A Watertown business is making a difference for many different charities.  Brittany Petrik, the owner of Roseabella, an on-line clothing boutique, recently presented a check to the Watertown Breast Cancer Awareness Group.

Petrik says her company works jointly with various charities. 

Petrik says that the money donated came from sales during October, which was Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Colita Remmers says the Watertown Breast Cancer Group is very thankful for the donation from Roseabella.

Remmers says that the Breast Cancer Support Group provides needed support to families during stressful times, and this donation will help them continue to do that.

Petrik says that her passion for giving back is what drives her business. She says animal rescue is close to her heart. It was her dog, Rosie that inspired her to start her business.

Petrich says that her business continues to do well thanks to community support, but there is still much more to do.  

The charity this month is Diabetes Incorporated. This organization provides services including camps for families of children with diabetes, support groups, scholarships, and other related services.

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