Presbyterian School Students, Faculty Dress to LIVESTRONG

October 3, 2011

Presbyterian School students and faculty wore yellow and pink shirts last Friday in honor of two cancer awareness days.

Second grade students in Mrs. Brooke Harris Raish's class sport their pink and yellow shirts to LIVESTRONG. From left to right on the top row: Lucas Vittor, Mark D'Andrea, Mrs. Raish, Camille Carleton, Johana Castro, Elizabeth Minton, Gracie Malone, Olivia Henshaw and Eve Kroencke. From left to right on the bottom row: Donovan Burke, Benjamin Norvell, Matthew Erasmus and Sheridan Holt.

The Susan B. Komen Houston Race for the Cure® was held on Saturday, Oct. 1 and is the largest footrace in Houston with more than 35,000 participants including 2,000 breast cancer survivors and thousands of volunteers, supporters and onlookers.

Oct. 2 marks the 14th anniversary of Lance Armstrong’s cancer diagnosis and the beginning of his life as a cancer advocate. People all over the world will be wearing yellow alongside Lance Armstrong to support LIVESTRONG and the fight against cancer.

Presbyterian School is an independent day school currently enrolling more than 500 children from two years old through 8th grade.  For more information, visit the school’s website at www.pshouston.org or call 713-620-6365.

 

InstantNewsWestu Staff

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