Pink, proud, and hopeful

SCA encourages breast cancer awareness with a pink out spirit day

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Pink, proud, and hopeful

Seniors, Britney Ni, Kianna Butts, and Emma Vleck, participate in spirit day on Wednesday Oct. 30, by wearing their most pretty and pink outfits.

Seniors, Britney Ni, Kianna Butts, and Emma Vleck, participate in spirit day on Wednesday Oct. 30, by wearing their most pretty and pink outfits.

Ally Hudome

Seniors, Britney Ni, Kianna Butts, and Emma Vleck, participate in spirit day on Wednesday Oct. 30, by wearing their most pretty and pink outfits.

Ally Hudome

Ally Hudome

Seniors, Britney Ni, Kianna Butts, and Emma Vleck, participate in spirit day on Wednesday Oct. 30, by wearing their most pretty and pink outfits.

Ally Hudome, Staff Writer

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As October comes to an end, SCA held a school-wide spirit day dedicated to breast cancer awareness.

Students and staff wore pink to express their moral support for patients fighting breast cancer. The spirit day is usually held as part of homecoming week, but since the homecoming dance is not until Nov. 9 breast cancer awareness day was recognized on Oct. 30, just one day prior to volleyball’s DIG PINK game event.

“We want to show our support to our community and those who are battling, or have battled breast cancer,” said senior Kate Thoele.

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