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Westover High School is having a pink-out in their football game Friday for breast cancer awareness. Students and teachers got a jump on it and wore pink to school today.

Student Council member Danielle Turner, who came up with the idea, says she's thrilled so many people are wearing pink and supporting the cause.

"It feels great," said Turner. "It feels good for everyone to be supportive especially not only of student council, but of the cause because it is such a big epidemic. It feels good for everyone to be supportive."

Westover is asking fans to wear pink to their football game Friday against Cairo. The cheerleaders and band will be taking part in the pink-out too.

 

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