Fort Defiance volleyball raises money for breast cancer education

The girls on the Fort Defiance High School volleyball team organized and played a “pink game” against the girls from the Waynesboro High School volleyball team in October. The girls wore special pink jerseys that evening, and proceeds from the event were donated to the Augusta Health Cancer Center’s fund for breast cancer education. The girls raised a total of $500.

They presented the check to the Breast Navigator at Augusta Health, Meg Shrader, on Wednesday. Pictured, from left, are Meg Shrader, RN, CBCN, Breast Navigator at Augusta Health, and Lauren Mozingo and Janie Layne from the Fort Defiance High School volleyball team.

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