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About Pink Arrow Pride

Something extraordinary is unfolding in the heart of Lowell's school community – the vibrant spirit of Lowell Pink Arrow Pride! Did you know that this movement, sparked by Coach Noel Dean in 2008, has become a sensation in our town?

Picture this: a football game with players donning rare pink jerseys, the echoes of a thousand pink thunder-sticks, and a stadium transformed into a sea of pink. Thanks to dedicated volunteers and our incredible community, Pink Arrow Pride raised $93,000 for charities in its first year.

Fast forward to 2009, Lowell set an ambitious goal to renovate the Senior Neighbor building into Gilda's Club – a haven for free cancer support. "In this together. Learn. Share. Laugh." became the mantra, and with your generosity and many others, Pink Arrow Pride 2009 raised $116,000 for our local charities, and we celebrated the Grand Opening of Gilda's Club on September 1, 2009.

Beyond the funds, Pink Arrow Pride elevated awareness about cancer's impact and showcased Lowell's football team's commitment to family, kindness, honor, and service. As the saying goes, "The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."

Today, Pink Arrow Pride persists in its mission – raising awareness for cancer treatment and cure, supporting the Lowell Area Community Wellness Organization, and maintaining student scholarships in memory of Kathy Talus and Dr. Gerard. With total donations now exceeding $500,000, we are continually in awe of what one small town can accomplish.

We invite you to join us on this journey. Your support and the community's strength will make a profound impact. The climax of Pink Arrow Pride awaits at the first home varsity football game.

Your support means the world to us. From the depth of our hearts, thank you in advance for standing with us on this meaningful journey.

Lowell Community - together, we are a community that is fighting cancer.

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