Pink Out!

PALS raise money for breast cancer research during week of LBJ game

Per tradition, the PALS set up in the peace garden during lunch Monday-Wednesday to paint nails, tie-dye shirts and sell pink trinkets to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On Thursday and Friday, they sold snow cones, painted faces and had their own “Shooting PAL-lery,” where students could pay $1 to throw 3 water balloons at the PALS. This year, they raised over $1200, $500 more than last year, setting a new record.

In addition, the PALS pied teachers at the pep rally Thursday, which was held to get students excited about the football game against LBJ. Unfortunately, McCallum’s three-year winning streak came to an end when LBJ won 27-6.

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