The middle school volleyball program is hosting a “Serve Up a Cure” volleyball game for our last home game on October 4th. The games against Gallia will be held in the CHS gym starting at 5:30 pm. These games are in support of education and prevention for women’s cancers. Also, the middle school volleyball teams are raising money for Southern Ohio Survivors, a group that gives financial assistance to people battling cancer right here in Ross County. Pink and teal, representing breast and ovarian/uterine cancers respectively, are the featured colors of the game. T-shirts featuring pink and teal are on sale during the 7th and 8th grade lunches this week. Any student wearing a Serve Up a Cure T-shirt will get into the game free; adults wearing the shirt will be charged $1 for admission. The Serve Up a Cure game is in memory of Marsha Tootle, as it falls on her birthday. Marsha Tootle is 7th grade Coach Amanda Stewart’s mother, who ended her nine-year battle with ovarian cancer last year. Marsha’s famous sugar cookies (complete with pink and teal sprinkles) will be sold at the game. Raffles will be conducted for chances to win prizes including split the pot, a fall-themed quilt, and YMCA memberships. We hope to see you there. Go Cavs!