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Pink Game for Cancer raises more than $46,000

10:50 AM, Oct. 4, 2013
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The fourth annual Eastbay and Team Schierl Pink Game for Cancer was held Sept. 21 at the Community Stadium at Goerke Park.

The event raised more than $46,000 to benefit The Ministry Breast Care Center - Stevens Point, serving central Wisconsin and the surrounding areas and the Wisconsin Chapter of Bill Schroeder's Circle of Friends Foundation, a foundation providing self-esteem and friendship-building experiences to children with cancer.

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point football team suited up in one-of-a-kind pink jerseys, which were auctioned off during a silent ...

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