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District to honor breast cancer survivors at PINK OUT game

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Submitted by Nicole Mansell

WAXAHACHIE - On Friday, Oct. 21, Waxahachie Independent School District will host its 3rd annual PINK OUT: Indians Care Enough to wear Pink game when the Indians take on the Lancaster Tigers. 

PINK OUT has quickly become a tradition that Waxahachie ISD can be proud of and has grown larger as each year has passed. The event  serves to bring awareness as well as honoring survivors to the ever prevalent issue of breast cancer that thousands of men and women battle each year. 

Don’t forget to wear PINK on Friday, Oct. 21 all day long and to the game at Lumpkins Stadium that evening. 

The Waxahachie Fire Fighters are once again selling their PINK shirts for $12. 


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