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Information about the event:
Unity Christian H.S. and South Christian H.S. are joining communities at the varsity football game on September 21 at the Hudsonville H.S. Stadium in support of cancer awareness! The driving purpose for this event is to focus on education and identifying families who have or are presently walking through the challenge of cancer, as well as promoting positive forms of support for those families affected by cancer.
Both schools will be selling UC-SC Cancer Awareness Night T-shirts for $10.00 to all students, parents and fans. Proceeds from this sale will support three cancer-related causes: Starlite Shores Family Camp, the Lemmen-Holton Cancer Pavilion, and the Van Andel Cancer Research Institute. Please wear these shirts to the football game on September 21, regardless of what team you are rooting for! Register to purchase a T-shirt at either South Christian H.S. or Unity Christian H.S. by clicking on/going to this link: https://www.cognitoforms.com/UnityChristianHighSchool/CancerAwarenessNight. All pre-registered T-shirts as well as a select number of shirts will be available to be purchased by anyone at each school’s athletic office starting on Monday, September 17.
As you register to purchase a T-shirt, we are asking you to post your story as a point of encouragement that can be shared for the support of others going through cancer. Please feel free to respond to the questions (by name or anonymously) listed at the link above. This page will be available to be viewed at the websites for each school, and excerpts from these reflections will appear in the game program on September 21.
Helmet stickers, colorful socks worn by football players, and a prayer time featuring UCHS and SCHS students during the pre-game will all be a part of this Cancer Awareness Night. We look forward to seeing all the Crusaders and Sailors at the game to support their schools and raise awareness of the journey through cancer which so many families have walked.