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Pink out day for girl's volleyball

posted Oct 10, 2016, 9:11 AM by Rachel Stuhlsatz   [ updated Oct 11, 2016, 9:08 AM by Leah Reep ]
On Oct. 4, Stuco decided to have a “Pink Out” class competition during the day to support the volleyball team’s “Pink Out” game that night to increase awareness of breast cancer.

“We thought wearing pink to school would be a good way to support those with breast cancer,” junior and Stuco vice president Riley Akiu said.

The volleyball team also encouraged students to wear pink for the games that took place that night.

“Doing activities like this helps get the student body active and shows that we have pride in our school,” sophomore Audrey Doffing said.

Wearing pink to school not only increased awareness and supported those with breast cancer, but the class that had the most students participating by wearing pink received ice cream. The senior class won the competition.

“I think everyone did very well,” Stuco sponsor Callie Bartelson said. “90 percent of the seniors dressed up.”

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