Pink Arrow Pride
While visiting my Aunt Lori and Uncle Bill on Sunday, we learned about Pink Arrow Pride. Lowell High School in Lowell, Michigan, has one football game each year where they are the “Lowell Pink Arrows” instead of the “Lowell Red Arrows.” The players each wear a pink jersey in the game. They auction off the jerseys, the winning bidder’s name is put on the back of their jersey, and they get to keep the jersey after the game. They also sell T-shirts for the crowd to wear. All the proceeds go to the fight against cancer.
I thought it was an incredible idea. What spirit this school has!
My Aunt Lori got a jersey in memory of my Uncle Bill’s father (Walt Ingraham) and her father, my grandfather, “Papa.” We will be thinking about them tonight.
Good luck to Ryan Olep, #6, who will be wearing the Ingraham jersey. And…GO PINK ARROWS!