‘Dig Pink’ night scheduled for Oct. 22 volleyball match - Event to Aid Breast Cancer Fight
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - The Oregon Tech volleyball team will host their 1st annual “Dig Pink Breast Cancer Awareness” night on Oct. 22 versus rival Southern Oregon University. The night’s purpose is to raise awareness for breast cancer, as the Owls face the No. 17 ranked Raiders in their next-to-last home weekend of volleyball at Danny Miles Court.
Dig Pink, is a Breast Cancer Awareness Rally being held all of October to raise awareness and funds for the disease that affects so many. The Side-Out Foundation has paired up with Dig Pink in order to spread awareness of breast cancer and raise funds for the discovery of a cure for breast cancer. Every year the foundation hosts hundreds of featured high school and college matches across the country to help educate and raise funds to eradicate this terrible disease.
Head Coach Jason Corwin is hoping for great support from the Oregon Tech volleyball fans. This is an important opportunity for his team not only to help a worthy cause but too also help some very special people as well.
Tickets for Friday’s match are $4 for adults and $2 for seniors and students – Oregon Tech students are admitted free with student ID. The match starts at 7 p.m. Donations will be accepted and will go directly for breast cancer research.
To learn more, contact volleyball coach – Jason Corwin at 541-885-1321.
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