Article and Photography by Cheryl Clanton
Spring Hill Christian Academy (SHCA) Tuesday night October 2, 2018 held their third annual Pink Out Night filled with volleyball games against Grace Christian School. Students wanted to bring awareness to not only breast cancer but all cancers. Pink Out Night instills students with a sense of generosity and philanthropy. SHCA Athletic Director and Coach Elsie Morales said they look within the school, then the church and if they are blessed they would find a family within the community that needs help.
Pink filled the gymnasium. Between games, raffle numbers were called out. Some of the many prizes that were given away were a Scentsy basket with a Papa John’s pizza offer, miscellaneous gift cards, baskets filled with all different kinds of goodies, Samsung tablet- this list goes on. The grand prize was a 43” Samsung Smart TV in which you had to be present in order to receive. One hundred percent of the $1700 in proceeds will be going to help Mrs. Gloria Fletcher.
“Mrs. Fletcher was the wife our beloved bus driver. Unfortunately, he passed away in February due to cancer and shortly after she was diagnosed with cancer as well,” explained Morales.
The Spring Hill Christian Academy Boys and Girls JV and Varsity Volleyball Wildcat teams came together Tuesday night for a cause. Supporting the fighters, admiring the survivors, honoring the taken and never giving up hope.