KCS students go big for cancer fundraiser

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Members of the Student Leadership Council (SLC) and staff advisors at Kindersley Composite School gather for the photo to celebrate the school’s most successful “Think Pink” week breast cancer fundraiser ever. The students raised $10,342 in a week for the C95 Radio Marathon. The SLC has done the fundraiser for eight years.

Kenneth Brown
of The Clarion

Students at Kindersley Composite School (KCS) have broken their record by raising more money than ever before through an annual breast cancer fundraiser.

The Student Leadership Council (SLC) has been raising money for breast cancer research for the past eight years as part of the school’s “Think Pink” week, and this year’s campaign has resulted in the highest total yet. The students raised $10,342 in a single week.

Each year the money goes to support the C95 Radio Marathon, a breast cancer campaign for the Saskatoon-based radio station. According to an SLC advisor, the marathon offers a platform for cancer research and for the school to raise money that will stay in the province.

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