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This Saturday, Feb 8; you'll want to attend this fundraiser event- Slam Dunk Cancer. It starts with the JV Girls Game (approx 3:00 at the Middle School) & JV Boys Game (approx 4:30 at the Middle School). It runs through the rest of the evening with a Boys & Girls Basketball Double Header event at WHS (approx 6:30/ 8:00 at the High School).


Concessions: pizza, candy, pulled pork sandwiches, pizza and ice cream sundaes. The concession stand is going to be run by Dance Marathon & Relay for Life during the basketball games. The Athletic Boosters are running the concession stand during the sectional wrestling. Activities include: Knock Out competition (elementary to all ages); Rubber Duck Toss (rent a Rubber Duck for $1 and you can make a duck toss from the stands with the closest to the middle of the "pond" is the winner); 3 Point Pledge (pledge $3 to be donated for each 3 pointer made during the JV- Varsity games); Auction- Shaved heads/ Locks of Love, V Girls & V Boys signed basketballs.


Proceeds will be split between Dance Marathon and Washington Relay for Life Sectionals wrestling concession stand money going to Phil Long’s Relay for Life Team. Relay for Life and Dance Marathon are working together -- please join us in this fight against cancer that affects so many -- from childhood on. Dance Marathon helps children and their families currently receiving treatment for pediatric cancer and bone marrow transplants at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospitals and Clinics. Our donations support our local families with children fighting this disease. Our local Relay for Life strongly fights to raise money to help so many. Coaches VS Cancer money goes directly to our local Relay. The WHS Dance Marathon committee appreciates your help in making this event a success.


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