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Volleyball PINK OUT night raises money for LMH Oncology

Volleyball players at last years Dig Pink game.

Volleyball players at last years Dig Pink game.

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The annual “Pink Out” night for the volleyball team will be this Tuesday, Oct. 9 at home against Tonganoxie in honor of breast cancer awareness month. The volleyball team and BHS Stands up to Cancer will be hosting the silent auction, bake sale, concessions, and serve for a cure. Donations such as silent auction item, baked goods or cash are sincerely appreciated. All proceeds this year will go to LMH Oncology.

“I’m excited to play in front of the home crowd against Tongy and play for all the people who were or are battling cancer.” junior Liz Schrock said.

The Lady Bulldogs will be wearing special pink jerseys and there will be a ceremony for family members of players who have survived cancer.  

“I’m super excited for the game and to be able to play for my mom. It’s a super great experience but I’m also sad and nervous because it’s my last Pink Out game but I have confidence in our team that we can win and play for a great cause,” senior Paige Ellis said.

The freshman will play at 4:30 p.m, JV at 5:30 p.m. and varsity will play at 6:30 p.m.

“My girls have been working hard on this event as well as the parents to help Debbie Baldwin and the rest of the Stand Up to Cancer crew at the high school,” coach Kathryn Kerner said.

“This year it has been a blessing. The girls are excited to play in honor of their extended family or friends who have fought or are fighting now. We will have a lot of survivors attending and several of the girls are  playing in memory of family members”

Counselor Debbie Baldwin is in charge of the BHS Stands Up to Cancer club and officers are senior Rian Gere as President, senior Kayla Kurtz as vice president, and sophomore Claire Norris as Secretary.

“Our club hopes to accomplish raising money for the oncology program at Lawrence Memorial Hospital and to promote the citizens of Baldwin to participate in taking a stand against cancer,” Kurtz said. “We want to support those battling cancer in our school and our community.”

 

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