Pink Out pep rally



Junior Alani Jones shows off her pink while dancing at the Pink Out pep rally. The cheer t-shirts earned money to donate to breast cancer research.

Tristan Cole, Reporter

Student groups showed off their pink last week with a Pink Out pep rally honoring breast cancer survivors and honoring those who have fought the disease.

“This pep rally was one of the best pink out pep rallies we have ever had,” cheerleader Alani Jones said. “We had a really good performance, and we worked really hard on our dances for this pep rally.

Leslie Morman spoke to the crowd about her battles with breast cancer.

“It was inspiring to hear from someone who has won the fight,” Belle First Lieutenant Emma Adams said. “She is such an inspiration to everyone who has someone they know and love fighting the disease right now. She has overcome a lot.”

Everyone at the pep rally was decked out in pink, mostly in the fundraiser t-shirts sold by the cheerleaders. Profits were donated to breast cancer research.

“It was great to see everyone in pink to show their spirit and support,” teacher Melonie Menefee said. “Pink Out seems to always bring everyone together.”