Fenton Youth Football and Cheer hosted a Pink Out Game this weekend and helped raise almost $800 for the American Cancer Society with Real Men Wear Pink.

Saturday was a busy day starting with the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Downtown Flint. After rallying with thousands of people in the flat lot, I took the big pink chair to Fenton to help celebrate their Pink Out Game.

The Fenton Youth Football & Cheer Programs were amazing hosts, and we all had a great time for a great cause.

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The fans, players, cheerleaders, and volunteers stepped up in a BIG way to help me with my Real Men Wear Pink fundraising.

I am still in awe of the generosity shown all day long by everyone at the field. The program donated the 50/50 raffle, sold pink ribbons, and even donated tips to help out. I brought Lions tickets to give away with the Pink Football game, and everyone had fun with it. The winner was finally announced at the end of the day, and Jere from Kearsley is going to see the Lions take on Tampa Bay on December 15th.

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Thank you to everyone that was at the Fenton Youth Football & Cheer games on Saturday. You helped me make a huge step toward my fundraising goal, and I had a great time to boot!

I will be teaming up with Kroger on Saturday October 19th to Pink Out The Pump. We will be pumping your gas and accepting donations from 9am to 2pm at the Kroger on Corunna and Dye Rds. I would appreciate any donation you can give, even if it's honking as you drive by.

If you would like to make a donation online, just click here to donate through my Real Men Wear Pink Fundraising Portal.