Cancer Awareness Night at Highline

By Olivia Clements - Staff Reporter



Students, staff and faculty will have a chance to learn about cancers and health resources when the Highline Women's Programs teams up with the Highline women's basketball team on March 1, at the T-Birds game with Tacoma.

The Women's Programs will stay for both the women's game at 6 p.m. and the men's game at 8 p.m. in Building 28. 

Not only do the Women's Programs want to cover women's cancer, said Jean Munro, coordinator and adviser of Women's Programs, but they also want male students to be aware of prostate and colon cancer and have the resources as well. 

There will be free entry with a college or high school ID. 

The Women's Programs will be giving out free popcorn, free hot dogs, and they will also have a selfie booth available to anyone. 

The Women's Programs will be giving out t-shirts for a donation. All of the donations will be split between Susan G. Komen Puget Sound, Play4Kay and The V Foundation for Cancer Research. 

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