Sheridan High School is gearing up for their 3rd annual Pink Bronc day scheduled to take place at Sheridan high school Friday September 28th. As October approaches students embrace it as breast cancer awareness month.
In support of the cause tee shirts are made and sold to the student body as well as the public. Last year 500 tee shirts were purchased and all were sold raising just over $2,000. This year the number of shirts available have increased and those involved hope to significantly increase their donation to the Cancer Center at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. 100 percent of the profits are donated to the Welch Cancer Center.
Kathleen Pilch, Business and marketing teacher at Sheridan High school has been in charge of the project for the last 3 years and has great hopes for Pink Bronc day in
Students and fans will be seen sporting Pink Bronc day shirts at the Friday night football game at Homer Scott Field against the Gillette Camels. The public is encouraged to attend and wear pink to help support the cause.