For the 3rd year, the Bishop Luers volleyball team has raised money and awareness for Cancer Services during their game against Snider’s volleyball team. And new for this year, all of Luers’ fall sports teams got in on the action. Boys Soccer and Football, Girls Dance and Soccer, the coaches and even fans, donned pink socks, hats and body paint in order to raise awareness for breast cancer.
At last night’s match up between Bishop Luers and Snider High Schools volleyball teams, students raised money for Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana by selling pink t-shirts and hosting a raffle. Cancer Services staff members Kathy Ryan and Linda Bewley attended the game. We’d like to thank the schools and the teams for their support and the following sponsors: Physicians Health Plan, Crumback-Symons Chevrolet, Indiana Physical Therapy, Vera Bradley, American Sealants, Biomet Heartland, Buffalo Wings & Ribs, Carson Boxberger Attorneys, Design Collaborative, Flowers of Canterbury, The Law Offics of Leonard, Hammond, Thoma & Terrill, Old National Insurance, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Associates, Ortho Northeast, Performance Plus Volleyball, and Tiffany Nails.
Check out the article in yesterday’s News Sentinel about how Bishop Luers is going pink to help raise money for our organization.