East Clinton hosts successful fundraiser


East Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer.

East Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer.


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East Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer.


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East Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer.


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East Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer.

East Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer.

East Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer.

East Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_Pink-4.jpgEast Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer. Courtesy photos

East Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_Pink-5.jpgEast Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer. Courtesy photos

East Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_Pink-6.jpgEast Clinton High School recently hosted a Friday Night Pink Football Game against Wilmington to benefit the Pink Ribbon Girls. East Clinton and Wilmington would like to thank everyone for making this a fantastic event and a beautiful tribute to Ashley Boggs-Fizer, who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. They were honored to have her family present on such a beautiful night and to know that the money raised in her honor will help so many local families. Thanks to the generosity of the East Clinton and Wilmington communities, the Pink Ribbon Girls raised $8,250 that will be used to provide more than 970 meals to local families battling cancer. Courtesy photos