With just 632 students enrolled at Lynnfield High School and a town population of just over 11,000, Lynnfield, Massachusetts is what most would call a ‘small town’ by numbers. However, with determination and a few very passionate individuals, Lynnfield raised over $6,000 more at their Dig Pink® event than they ever had before. Below is […]
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Every year, we see new volleyball programs from around the country come to us looking to make a difference in the lives of those with metastatic breast cancer. Many of them have never done something like Dig Pink® before, but are excited to introduce it to their volleyball program and get their athletes involved with
For many schools that host, Dig Pink® is an event with long-running traditions. It might be a certain slogan, a raffle, or gym decorations, but a tradition usually emerges. Traditions can be great ways to make an annual event memorable. It’s also convenient for organizers to follow a template that has worked in the past.
Summer is always an exciting time for the volleyball community. It is peak season for beach volleyball tournaments around the U.S. From coast to coast, the excitement of these competitions brings communities together to enjoy participating in and watching this exciting sport. With the crowds of people, the record keeping, and communication between coaches and
An estimated 155,000 individuals are living with stage IV breast cancer in the U.S. Each day, metastatic breast cancer takes the lives of 110 people. These statistics strike the hearts of many, including those of the girls and staff at Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart. This connection to the breast cancer community for the
As you walk into the gym of Randolph High School on the night of its annual Randolph Dig Pink festivities, you’ll notice there is a buzz around the event. It’s the talk of the town, a town of fewer than 500 people. But don’t let the small population fool you, this is a town with