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Fire department raises money for cancer awareness

Pink T-shirts available for purchase at the St. Louis Park Fire Station 1. The shirts cost $20 and are being sold in support of breast cancer awareness.

Gabriel Kaplan

November 25, 2019

John Wolff, St. Louis Park’s deputy fire chief, said he believes the fire department’s pink T-shirt sales — which support the local Jane Brattain Breast Center — will make a positive impact on the community. “We’re trying to help where we can. It’s a small gesture on our part to support f...

Volleyball promotes breast cancer awareness

Senior captain Maddy McIntosh and junior Ivy Jones play in the match against Bloomington-Kennedy Oct. 10. Earlier they had done the dig pink dress code as shown by their pink hair and hair ties.

Dahlia Krebs and Mira Malka

October 15, 2018

Raising awareness about breast cancer is important, according to senior Gabby McCaa because she said she wanted to support women who are battling for their lives. “We want to support cancer research and so we chose to do Dig Pink to raise awareness and to support the women who are going through...

Student council raises breast cancer awareness

Sophmores Ian Otos and Shayla Miller collect breast cancer donation from sophmore Nebyu Bekele.

Emma Yarger and Amaia Barajas

October 27, 2017

According to student council adviser Sarah Lindenberg, the students organized a fundraiser on Wednesday Oct. 25 to raise money for the Susan G. Komen foundation. Lindenberg said the student council members want to raise money and awareness for causes like breast cancer because many of their fellow pe...

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