Saturday, October 20, 2012

Del Oro High School to Rally for Breast Cancer Awareness

Del Oro High School to Rally for Breast Cancer Awareness with “Tackle for the Cure” effort Friday, October 26th.

Get ready for the third annual breast cancer awareness event at Del Oro High School!  Complete with nearly 1,200 enthusiastic high school students wearing pink “Tackle for the Cure” t-shirts to help raise awareness for breast cancer, Del Oro High School will hold a spirited rally on the Friday morning in addition to special activities -- including a visual balloon release for survivors and those who lost their battle to the disease -- at the Friday night football game.   All week students can donate money, buy raffle tickets and buy t-shirts with all proceeds going to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.  At the Friday night football game, there will be a “survivors booth,” face painting and more.  At the half time of the game, one player will receive a “Best Tackle Award” in honor of the special breast cancer awareness effort.

    Dan Gayaldo, Del Oro High School Principal
    Analise Heinritz, Tackle for the Cure Coordinator
    Stephanie Fee, Activities Director
    Madison Rockefeller, Tackle for the Cure Founder

Friday, October 26
    “Tackle for the Cure” rally in gym scheduled from 9:10  to 9:45 a.m.
    Football game with “Tackle for the Cure” activities begins at  7:30 p.m.

Del Oro High School Gymnasium
3301 Taylor Road in Loomis

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Blog Post information and picture courtesy of Del Oro High School.

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