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School raises money for NEA Race for the Cure

Pink for a Cure at Jonesboro Public Schools (Source: Jenna Stafford) Pink for a Cure at Jonesboro Public Schools (Source: Jenna Stafford)
Pink for a Cure at Jonesboro Public Schools (Source: Jenna Stafford) Pink for a Cure at Jonesboro Public Schools (Source: Jenna Stafford)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

The Jonesboro School District went “Pink for the Cure” on Friday to raise money for the Northeast Arkansas Komen Race for the Cure.

Students and teachers wore crazy pink outfits and raised money for breast cancer awareness and research.

The schools raised $2,000 total on Friday.

The district has more than 150 students, staff members, and parents signed up to participate in the race on May 6 at Centennial Bank Stadium in Jonesboro.

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