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In the pink for McIntosh green

There was plenty to cheer about Friday at McIntosh. The Chiefs improved to 3-0, their best start in recent memory, and the school celebrated with a “Pink Out” to raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Last week, fall sports teams were allowed to raise money and wear pink for the foundation whose mission is to save lives through early detection. For more on the Chiefs’ win and this Friday’s game, see the story on Page D1 in this week's The Citizen. Second photo: McIntosh Chiefs students cheer on the winners. Photos/Maddie Mercer.

 

 

 

 

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