The Stillwater High School Volleyball program and Stillwater Medical Center associate this week to host the second annual Pink Out Week, to advertise public consciousness of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Activities for the week will kick off with the highschool Pink Out video games on Tuesday. Beginning at four p.m., the ninth grade group, junior varsity and varsity groups will play on their house courtroom on the Stillwater High School Gymnasium towards Norman North. The SHS groups will put on particular pink jerseys, and there will probably be quite a lot of prizes and giveaways for many who attend. Stillwater Medical Center will even host instructional cubicles on the recreation highlighting breast most cancers consciousness, women’s health issues and extra.
“Stillwater Medical Center is proud to partner with SHS Volleyball on their Pink Out Event,” stated Shyla Eggers, Director of Public Relations at Stillwater Medical. “It’s a great opportunity to promote awareness about breast cancer and also educate our community about the services we offer for early detection and treatment. We will have staff on hand to answer questions you have about 3D mammograms, home care services, cancer treatment options, surgery, women’s health and more. If you stop by our booths, you will have the chance to enter a drawing to win a Yeti cooler.”
Stillwater’s eighth grade volleyball program may also take part in Pink Out week, sporting particular pink jerseys once they play Edmond Summit in a house recreation at Stillwater Junior High at 5 p.m. Thursday. Their Pink Out recreation will even embrace particular prizes and giveaways, with the groups selling consciousness of this concern and honoring these affected by breast most cancers.
Pink Out Week actions will conclude with a Mother-Daughter banquet and style present on Sunday night with particular visitor speaker, Mayor Gina Noble, and different most cancers survivors.
“I’m always happy to share my experience and hope to inspire other women to be diligent about breast cancer screenings. 3-D mammography spotted my cancer early and gave me options. Breast cancer is not a death sentence if you catch it early,” Noble stated.
Stillwater Volleyball want to invite the group to return out and help them for his or her Pink Out video games as they bring about consideration to this essential problem.