Thinking Pink




First-grader Morgan Fortner wore pink in her hair for Wear Pink Day, in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, during Homecoming Spirit Week at Woodland Elementary School. Also showing spirit was her older brother, a fifth grader, who reportedly wore a pink mohawk.

First-grader Morgan Fortner wore pink in her hair for Wear Pink Day, in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, during Homecoming Spirit Week at Woodland Elementary School. Also showing spirit was her older brother, a fifth grader, who reportedly wore a pink mohawk.

FLINT TWP. — Carman-Ainsworth students were not too busy showing school spirit during Homecoming Week to display social consciousness too.

Wednesday was Wear Pink day at Woodland Elementary School when students took time out from crazy hat/hair day on Monday, toga day on Tuesday and PJ day on Thursday to show support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On Friday they wore school colors.

Also the high school football team is supporting the cause.

Cavalier Football sold T-shirts in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month for $15 each.

The Mighty Cavaliers also pledged to wear PINK on the football field during the Homecoming Game Friday.

The Cavalier Football Program is asking everyone to wear PINK to show support.


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