Girls Soccer Team Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness

Wayne Hills girls soccer team wearing pink shoelaces, selling T-shirts to raise money for breast cancer awareness. Patriots and Wayne Valley will play in annual Breast Cancer Awareness Game Oct. 16.

The Wayne Hills High School girls’ soccer team is showing its support for women battling breast cancer next month.

The team will wear pink shoelaces in October to show its support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The team is inviting residents to join them in their support by purchasing a pair of pink shoelaces for $2.

Starting Thursday, the team will be selling commemorative T-shirts, personalized Wayne Hills ear buds, and pink, white, and maroon pre-wrap. T-shirts cost $10, ear buds $5, and pre-wrap $3.

The team’s annual Breast Cancer Awareness Game against Wayne Valley High School will be held Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m.

For more information or to arrange to purchase any of these items, contact Robyn Brilliant-Cohen at 973-568-9838 or robyn@brilliantlegal.com.

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Vau Jyna September 24, 2012 at 11:25 PM
Way to go girls!
Joe videodummy September 25, 2012 at 02:01 AM
It's very nice to see so many sports groups ( of all ages ) support "playing for the pink" Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October. Please don't do what the Wayne Boys and Girls Club football does and bring Dunkin Donuts for the after the sport snack. Most of us already know the dangers of of eating things like brownies or donuts, right after exercising, and that these junk foods contain an ingredient call PARABEN, which is a synthetic preservative used to inhibit mold and yeast in food. We are also aware that these parabens are commonly found in breast cancer tissues. Show your true support this year and eat healthy snacks, healthy food after exercise, and don't be afraid to say: NO Donuts P.S. Men get breast cancer too!!!
Bobby P September 25, 2012 at 04:04 PM
Awesome job, girls.


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