LOWELL, Mich. (WOOD) - A football fundraiser that has gained national acclaim is set for Friday night in West Michigan.
The Pink Arrow Pride game will take place at Lowell High School, and will be one of the spotlight games for the Football Frenzy.
The Pink Arrow Pride game is one of the great traditions in Michigan. The first five times it was held, Lowell High School raised $700,000 to fight cancer.
The survivor walk that accompanies the game has uplifted countless cancer survivors, while the names on the backs of Lowell's pink jerseys have also allowed people to pay tribute to love ones who have battled cancer.
Six Lowell High School graduates will be recognized during Friday’s game, all of whom have been given scholarships to medical school.
Lowell will face off against Chicago’s Gurdon S. Hubbard High School in the Pink Arrow Pride game.
Don’t miss all of the Football Frenzy coverage, including highlights from up to 21 games, starting at 11 p.m. Friday.
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