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Students fight breast cancer
Left to right: Tizah Thompson, Dextrina Ford (FCCLA vice president), Brianna Mears, Veronica Ramirez, Leah Poole (Suzie Q representative/CEO of Liberty County Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau) and Dr. Jana Shields (FCCLA adviser). - photo by Photo provided.

Liberty County High School’s Family, Career, Community Leaders of America recently had its annual Pink Panther Day for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Each year, LCHS FCCLA sells breast-cancer awareness shirts to the faculty, staff and students, as well as staff at other schools.

Proceeds are donated to the Suzie Q Foundation, which helps fighting breast cancer. This year, 250 shirts were sold and $1,700 donated.

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