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Tackle Cancer Week

Pink on Friday

Pink on Friday

FUHS ASB

Pink on Friday

FUHS ASB

FUHS ASB

Pink on Friday

Megan Kim, Opinion/Copy Editor

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This week, FUHS joined together in supporting those who have fought or are fighting cancer.

ASB hosted a class competition, in which students got the opportunity to raise money for charity in their second periods.

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Blue on Thursday

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Lavender on Monday

Each class has a minimum goal of $10, but the class who raised the most wins a donut party. All proceeds will be donated to the KM Legacy Foundation; a foundation created by an FUHS Alumni, Katie Monson.

The spirit week was a different color every day, each one supporting a different type of cancer.

On Monday, students and staff  wore lavender in support of all cancers.

On Tuesday, FUHS wore orange in support of those fighting leukemia.

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Gray on Wednesday

On Wednesday, everyone wore gray in support of those fighting brain cancer

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Orange on Tuesday

On Thursday, the school joined together in wearing blue for those fighting colon cancer.

On Friday, students and staff wore pink in support of those fighting breast cancer.

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Megan Kim, Copy/Opinion Editor

Class of 2019. Varsity golf captain. NHS Secretary. G2 pen enthusiast. Passionate about spreading love and kindess to the world. "Those who stand for nothing,...

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