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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Rich Hill FCCLA sponsoring Powder Puff football game this Friday

The Rich Hill High School FCCLA is sponsoring a Powder Puff Football game on Friday night, Oct. 28. The game starts at 6 p.m. at the high school field. The Junior and Senior girls are opposing the Freshman and Sophomore girls, with the 8th grade girls playing where needed. Rich Hill football players and male FCCLA members will be the cheer squad. This game is dubbed "Fighting For the Cure". Shirts have been sold to help support the cause.

The Freshman/Sophomore coaches are Junior Josh Robb, son of Leon and Kelley Robb and Sophomore Trever Norbury, son of Douglas and Denise Norbury. Jr./Senior coaches are Senior Jarius Beckett, son of Reverend John and Alica Beckett and Senior Spencer Gould, son of Shaun and Michelle Gould. Coaching sponsors are Lynn Morgan, RHHS history instructor, Jr. High Boys and assistant High School boy coach with Brian Gillis, RHHS vocational AG instructor.

October is breast cancer awareness month. To honor members of Bates County who have dealt with this disease, all proceeds from this event will be donated to various cancer causes. $2.00 is the cost of admission for anyone over 4 years old. At halftime, cancer survivers from the audience will be lead to the field to participate in the show. All community members are welcome.