Getting ready for next week’s Pink Out games in Imperial are FFA Advisor Jason Speck and sophomore FFA member Morayah Cupp, who’s a member of the Pink Out planning committee. (Johnson Publications photo)

Kiss-the-pig, 3-point shooting part of school’s Pink Out fundraisers

    It’s anticipated to be a night of fun, and also some important fundraising, as Chase County hosts this year’s Pink Out games next Thursday, Jan. 10.
    Perkins County High School will be in Imperial for the varsity games, when the girls’ team will don pink and white uniforms, and both boys’ and girls’ varsity teams will warm up in special Pink Out shirts for their games.
    But, according to Imperial FFA Advisor Jason Speck, there will be a lot of other activities that night as the FFA chapters from both schools work to raise funds for cancer patients.
    Fans will have two halftime events next week to help raise funds, Speck said.
    At the girls’ game halftime, fans can try for a 3-point basket for $1 per shot, Speck said. Winners hitting the trey will win a prize.

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