Lakota West girls volleyball will be hosting Mason High School in their 11th annual Volley for the Cure event at Lakota West High School on Tuesday, September 12th. Over the past 10 years, Lakota West girls volleyball has raised over $113,000 and sold more than 15,000 t-shirts for the Susan G. Komen foundation.
In addition to exciting volleyball action, there will be games with prizes, split the pot, silent auctions, raffles, mystery boxes, giveaways, a quilt raffle, and a wonderful sampling of food and drink from some of our local vendors. Matches begin with the freshman team playing at 4:30, J.V. at 5:30, a faculty “fun” match at 6:30, and varsity at 7:30.
During the event, Beacon/Christ Hospital will be on hand to answer any questions you may have and provide materials to educate and raise awareness in the fight against breast cancer.
Returning this year will be the UC Health Mobile Diagnostic Van. The van will be conveniently located in front of Lakota West high school from 3:00 – 6:00pm the day of the event. Please call (513) 874-PINK (7465) to schedule (required) your mammogram. It only takes about 15 minutes and could save your life!
The teams will be honoring those affected by breast cancer by placing their names on the “Wall of Honor” on Main Street. Survivors and families of those who have passed due to breast cancer are invited to attend. If you or someone you know has been affected by breast cancer and would like to attend, please contact Johnnetta Creach firstname.lastname@example.org for complimentary tickets and a free Volley for the Cure t-shirt.