Cancer survivors come in all shapes and sizes, too, but their goal is the same to crush the disease. This coming Sunday, they'll team up with The American Cancer Society and the Nighthawks football team to tackle cancer.
Survivors and volunteers from The American Cancer Society will be passing pink buckets through the stands during the Nighthawks game to raise money for local patient services and research. A tent will also be set up on the home side of the stadium with information on where the money goes, patient services offered, and how to sign up for the annual Relay For Life of Wichita Falls.
Game time is 3 p.m. at Memorial Stadium. It will be the Nighthawks taking on the Cooke County Outlaws. KFDX Executive Producer Karel Davis, who's a breast cancer survivor, and Heidi Floyd, who's also a breast cancer survivor and who was here back in October for the Chevy Spark event, will be joining other survivors at the game to help raise funds for The American Cancer Society.
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