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Algonac vs. St. Clair Volleyball – Dig Pink Event

Event Host: Algonac High School Volleyball Program
Opponent: St. Clair High School
Event Date: Tuesday, October 15th, 2019
Event Time: Freshman @ 4:00pm, JV @ 5:30 pm & Varsity @ 7:00 pm
Location: Algonac High School Gymnasium

Algonac, MI – This year, thousands of teams from around the country will be participating in The Side-Out Foundation’s Dig Pink® Movement. Middle school, high school, college, club, and adult teams will promote breast health education in the community as well as raise funds to further research. The Dig Pink® Movement was started by The Side-Out Foundation. Today, money raised through Dig Pink® supports Side-Out’s game-changing cancer research and programs to develop the whole player. Admission will be $5.00 for those wearing pink. Before, during and after the volleyball match there will be many special events such as our “Hero’s Tribute”! The proceeds from all donations will benefit The Side-Out Foundation, a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

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For more information about the event, please contact Head Coach Grant Harris at or by phone at (586)-405-6818.

The Side-Out Foundation

Through youth education and empowerment, The Side-Foundation unifies the volleyball community to drive change in the way that breast cancer is treated.

Side-Out’s Dig Pink® Movement raises millions of dollars that go directly to their cutting-edge clinical trial, the Side-Out Protocol, which is successfully extending the lives of people with stage IV breast cancer. Through Dig Pink® and other programs, Side-Out coaches thousands of young people in skills such as teamwork, leadership and perseverance, and gives them opportunities to live meaningful and healthy lives.

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