Community Pinks Out for Breast Cancer Awareness at Home Football Game

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Community Pinks Out for Breast Cancer Awareness at Home Football Game

Breast cancer survivors and their families were honored during the halftime of the Falcon varsity football game versus Holland Hall in October.

Breast cancer survivors and their families were honored during the halftime of the Falcon varsity football game versus Holland Hall in October.

Photo by India Fore.

Breast cancer survivors and their families were honored during the halftime of the Falcon varsity football game versus Holland Hall in October.

Photo by India Fore.

Photo by India Fore.

Breast cancer survivors and their families were honored during the halftime of the Falcon varsity football game versus Holland Hall in October.

Ben Dike, William Rattikin, and Jafer Shah

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The Fort Worth Country Day community honored 20-year breast cancer survivor, former Country Day teacher, Country Day parent and grandparent Claire-Lise Knecht at the Pink Out Football Game in October. Survivors and their families gathered at halftime to release pink balloons, and the entire community, including the football team with pink socks and shoelaces, and the cheerleaders with pink bows and poms, showed up in pink to honor Knecht and other community members who have been affected by breast cancer.