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'Striking Out Breast Cancer' takes on new meaning this year

8:02 PM, Dec. 30, 2012

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Annette Schultz always enjoyed bowling, even if she admits to not being very good at it, but on Sunday the sport had a whole new meaning to her as she helped raise funds to support women who are battling breast cancer.

Schutlz, 53, was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in June, and will undergo her last radiation treatment on Saturday. She bowled during the fourth annual Striking Out Breast Cancer with former Green Bay Packer LeRoy Butler at the Rose Bowl Lanes in Marshfield.

"It means a lot more. You understand what woman go through when they battle breast cancer," Schultz said. "It was ...

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