DCS Pop Warner Supports Pink Awareness

On Sunday October 11th, 2009 Dolgeville Pop Warner Jr. Midgets and Cheerleaders all wore pink on the field in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month. The boys wore pink socks and the girls wore pink hair ribbons. Plus - from the 50/50 raffles that were held, they donated $260 for Breast Cancer research. I thought these boys and girls should recognized as every single one of them wore pink with pride!! It's nice to see that supporting Breast Cancer research is important.....even to the smallest of communities.

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My Quarterback's a Keeper! says ... on Thursday, Oct 15 at 12:25 PM

What a SUPER job the coaches, players and cheerleaders have done this year. Thank you to all who have made the Dolgeville Pop Warner program such a success! #12 You are my Hero!!

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Darin says ... on Thursday, Oct 15 at 6:41 AM

will be there. good luck. and to rich's team too

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Daryl says ... on Wednesday, Oct 14 at 2:44 PM

I am very proud of these great kids! We will be wearing pink again this weekend at our final home game against Ilion at 2:00pm. Hope to see all of our fans come out and support us!

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Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Oct 14 at 1:20 PM

Great job boys and girls, all the parents are very proud of all of you.

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