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Your Views: Flowery Branchs Gold Out for CURE set in late players memory
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This year marks the third annual Gold Out for CURE at Flowery Branch High School. What once began as a small idea has now exploded into one of the school’s biggest traditions.

This Gold Out holds a special importance to FBHS due to our own Keaton Coker, who recently lost his battle with brain cancer. Not only does our Gold Out help to raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer, it also honors many FBHS families battling childhood cancer.

Because this year is so important to us, we plan to make the Gold Out bigger and better than ever. We hope to expand the concept of Gold Out for CURE by increasing our T-shirt sales within and outside the community. We would love to see you participate with us and Winder-Barrow on Oct. 3 at FBHS, as your involvement is key to raising awareness and putting an end to childhood cancer.

Lauren Howell
Flowery Branch

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