Pink Night

October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in keeping with tradition, the Cleveland Tigers and their cheerleaders “pinked out” the Oct. 25 home game against Grove to join others across the nation in calling awareness and taking a stand against cancer and the need for continued research and solutions. According to the American Cancer Society, about one in every eight women will develop breast cancer. Since Pink Night, the CHS cheerleaders have competed in a state competition and came home with a lot to be proud of, turn to page 8 for more.                                            

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