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Pictures from the ‘Pink out’

By Mark Constance

MIO – Breast cancer has touched many families across Northeast Michigan, and the Oscoda County communities of Mio and Fairview do their level best to help fund efforts to battle this tragic disease.

The two schools held their annual “Pink Out,” a sporting event where the volleyball teams get together and play a match to raise money. They have raised more than $60,000 during the previous years

Several hundred people turned out for the fundraiser, which featured a bake sale, silent auction, 50-50 and more.

Watch for more photos in the October print issue of UpNorthVoice.com, which will be available on newsstands Oct. 28.

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