AUGUSTA, Ga. – The annual Augusta University women's volleyball Pink Out match to raise awareness and support for the Georgia Cancer Center will take place Tuesday, Oct. 4 for the Jaguars' home match in Christenberry Fieldhouse against the Lander Bearcats at 7:00 p.m.
All fans are encouraged to wear pink to the match! There will be opportunities for everyone to make a donation to assist in the battle against cancer.
Fans can make a solid donation or pledge an amount to donate per every Jaguar volleyball dig. For every dig the Jaguar volleyball team has in the match, money will be given directly back to the cancer center.
The Director of Cancer Information and Awareness, Christine O'Meara, MA, MPH, will have an educational display to provide information on promoting health, preventing cancer, and obtaining screening or cancer risk reduction services. Breast cancer survivors or persons in active treatment for this disease that affects one in eight women in their lifetime will be recognized.
For more information on making a donation contact head volleyball coach Sharon Quarles: firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission is free to all and directions to Christenberry Fieldhouse can be found here
Visit the Georgia Cancer Center online here
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