Darlington School: PINK OUT to Fight Breast Cancer
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PINK OUT to Fight Breast Cancer

BeBe Cline | September 6, 2011 | 490 views

Darlington's spirit cheerleaders are helping to fight breast cancer by hosting a "PINK OUT" during the Darlington vs. Bremen game on Friday, Sept. 16. There will be a lot going on that night: 

  • Fans are encouraged to wear PINK.
  • Redmond Regional Medical Center has donated PINK shirts for our cheerleaders and the Bremen cheerleaders to wear during the game.
  • Floyd Medical Center’s Mammography Bus will be in the Huffman Center parking lot during the game.
  • The crew that takes care of the football fields is painting PINK ribbons using a stencil pattern the cheerleaders made.
  • The cheerleaders will collect donations for Floyd and Redmond's breast cancer programs using PINK buckets donated by the Breast Center at Floyd.
  • At halftime, the cheerleaders will honor members of Darlington's faculty and staff who have fought breast cancer.
  • The football players will wear PINK socks and use PINK wrapping tape for the game (donated by the Lawrence family).
  • The cheerleaders will wear PINK ribbons in their hair with the late Kandi Riddle’s name on them in honor of her service to Darlington's cheerleading program. 
  • The cheerleaders will also participate in a fashion show fundraiser for the Breast Center at Floyd later this month.

Hope you will join us in supporting this great cause on Sept. 16!