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ACHS football honors Breast Cancer survivors

At ACHS vs. Edmonson Co., Friday, October 14, 2011, at Adair County Football Field, 623 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY

By Kelli Claypool
News from Adair County High School Football

The Adair County High School Football team invites all breast cancer survivors to participate in their Tackling for a Cure event on October 14, 2011 at 7pmCT, at 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY.

During Half-Time, all participants will be invited to the field in order to be recognized.

Once all names have been announced, more than 300 pink and white balloons will be released in celebration.

All proceeds from Pink Out T-Shirt sale and balloon sales will be donated to the Susan G. Komen organization.

Click here to register online as a participant. Registration is necessary in order for names to be announced at the game. -KELLI CLAYPOOL/with ACHS

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ACHS vs. Edmonson Co. game features Pink Out

2011-10-12 - 623 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Kelli Claypool.
Friday night, at 7pmCT, the Adair County Indians football team will honor Breast Cancer survivors with a Pink Out for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The Indians, 3-2 on the 2011 season, face Edmonson County High School, Brownsville, KY at 7pmCT.

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