Darien girls volleyball team hosts Dig Pink breast cancer awareness rally
Published 5:20 pm, Thursday, October 11, 2012
Join the championship Darien High School girl's volleyball team in the Main gym of Darien High School on Friday, Oct. 12th as they participate in Dig Pink.
DHS, along with hundreds of high school and college teams from around the country will be taking part in the Dig Pink National Breast Cancer Awareness Rally promoting breast health education in the community and raising funds to help eradicate breast cancer.
The Blue Wave girls will be battling the Westhill Vikings. Freshmen will take the court at 4 p.m., followed by JV at 5:30 p.m. and varsity at 7 p.m.
Dig Pink attendees are asked to wear something pink in support of breast health awareness. Admission will be $5 and cancer survivors are admitted free of charge. Wonderful desserts and pizza will be for sale during the games. This is the DHS girls' fifth year participating in Dig Pink.
Donations to Dig Pink are also currently being accepted online at http://www.side-out.org/application/ous/fundraising_page/7695 .
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The proceeds from all Dig Pink donations, ticket sales, and bake sale will benefit the Side-Out Foundation. The Side-Out Foundation was established in 2004 by a group of individuals drawn together by their love of volleyball along with their passion to be a part of the war against breast cancer. Side-Out's mission is to raise money for the war against breast cancer and to provide education and awareness about this disease through the activity of volleyball.
The girls team and the Side-Out Foundation thank our sponsor Palmers Market for their donations.