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'Pink Out' for Friday's Football Game and Honor Breast Cancer Survivors

Students have organized a "Pink Out" for Friday's home game against Matea Valley. So wear pink and honor breast cancer survivors at halftime.

Geneva High School students have organized a “Pink Out” for the Oct. 12 football game in honor of breast cancer survivors. Everyone who is planning on attending the last home varsity game of the year is asked to wear pink to show their support for curing breast cancer. 

The varsity game versus Metea Valley High School will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Burgess Field. Breast cancer survivors will be honored on the field at half-time.

This event is being sponsored by many Geneva High School activities and student groups, which have rallied together to help find a cure. The American Cancer Society is also collaborating on this event.

Students were also able to purchase T-shirts and pink rally towels at school during this week leading up to the "pink out."

 

SOURCE: School District 304 press release.

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