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Dig Pink match at CHS set for Oct. 9

Posted: October 1, 2013 2:00 p.m.
Updated: October 2, 2013 5:00 a.m.

The Camden High School volleyball program will host its annual “Dig Pink” Match on Wednesday, Oct. 9 when Cardinal Newman and Irmo come into the Dog Pound for a non-conference tri-match.
The evening kicks off at 5 p.m. when the Lady Bulldogs host Cardinal Newman. The second match will have Irmo meeting Cardinal Newman with the Camden vs. Irmo pairing being the nightcap. Admission is $5.
There will be a table set up with items up for grab in a silent auction. The bidding will end at the conclusion of the first match of the night.
Concessions and pink items will be on sale at the concession stands throughout whole event. In addition to hot dogs, drinks and chips, fans may also purchase pink T-shirts and pink sweets.
There will also be a Breast Cancer Awareness ceremony, which includes all teams. Recognition/roses will be presented to cancer survivors. There will be a gift exchange with all teams.
During the Cardinal Newman vs. Irmo match, there will be cutting hair for “Pantene Beautiful Lengths.” Silent auction bid winners will be announced at end of the second match.
Fans are encouraged to donate items for the auction and, concessions are welcome. This event is registered with the Sideout Foundation, with all profits from the evening being turned to this foundation which benefits breast cancer awareness and research.
Camden head volleyball coach Paige Wilson said this event has become a highlight of the season for her team and others which take part in Dig Pink festivities.
“This is an opportunity for Camden High School, the Camden volleyball program and our community to do something good to help others in need,” she said. “This event has gotten bigger and better every year. We really appreciate all the support we have received in the past and we hope that people who may not have been to a volleyball match before will come out and support this cause.”

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