Shenandoah Pink Out

Members of the Shenandoah girls basketball team show off this year’s Pink Out shirts and uniforms. Pictured around the outside, from left: Keelee Razee, Ava Wolf, Brenna Godfread, Allie Eveland, Sidda Rodewald, Morgan McGargill, Maddie Silvestre, Brooklen Black, Sara Morales, Ashleigh Lint, Grace Johnson, Allison Kinser, Heidi Reed, Lauryn Dukes and Reese Spiegel. In middle with uniforms, from left: Kaylee Crawley, Emily McGargill, Roxy Denton, Lydia Morales and Nichole Gilbert. The pink out game is scheduled for Monday, Jan. 20 against Tri-Center.

Shenandoah girls basketball is hosting its annual Pink Out event as part of the varsity and junior varsity basketball doubleheaders against Tri-Center, Monday, Jan. 20.

Special t-shirts are being made for the event and can be purchased for $12. All profits will be used as a donation given to the American Cancer Society.

There will also be raffle drawings at halftime of both varsity games and between the varsity contests at the high school. Top prizes include a 55-inch flat screen TV and an Apple watch, money to be used at several local businesses and more.

Raffle tickets are available for $1 each. Free tickets are available after you purchase a set amount.

You don’t have to be present to win as a member of the team can deliver your prize to you. You can buy tickets for $1 each, but the more you tickets you purchase the better the deal.

Anyone who would like to purchase a shirt, buy raffle tickets or donate in any other way can contact Jon Weinrich or Connie McGinnis at Shenandoah High School at 246-4727.

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