Martha Sparks Msparks@civitasmedia.com
October 13, 2013
Logan High School will be showing its support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month at its October 18, 2013, homecoming game.
The LHS football team and cheerleaders will be adding pink to their uniforms in support for the cause.
For the past several weeks, the school has also been selling t-shirts and hoodies for fans to wear to the game. All proceeds from the sales will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
Kelly Stanley, principal at LHS, says it nice to see everyone come together for the cause.
“Our students, staff, and parents have all come together to make this event possible,” Stanley said. “We encourage everyone to attend the game and show their support by wearing pink.”
Logan Regional Medical Center and the UPS Store in Logan have teamed up with LHS for the evening’s event. Both companies will have representatives at the game and have graciously donated items for giveaways.
To learn more about the event and how to become involved, contact Logan High School at 304-752-6606. Information about Breast Cancer Awareness Month can be found at www.nbcam.org.