Photo: First-ever Falcons Care Night at TMHS

Thunder Mountain High School cheerleaders and fans release pink balloons during halftime of Friday's football matchup against Ketchikan during the first-ever Falcons Care Night. The balloons represent those who have lost the fight or are still battling breast cancer. All proceeds from the game were donated to Cancer Connection.

Thunder Mountain High School cheerleaders and fans release pink balloons during halftime of Friday’s football matchup against Ketchikan during the first-ever Falcons Care Night. The balloons represent those who have lost the fight or are still battling breast cancer. All proceeds from the game were donated to Cancer Connection.


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