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Owls win, anti-cancer cause benefits

Friday, October 5, 2012

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From left, Pink Week founders Makenzie Thomason and Courtney Angelhow, Marshall High School Principal Royal Peterson and Fitzgibbon Hospital President and CEO Ron Ott as Peterson presents a check for $840.45, MHS students' contribution to the cancer awareness cause.
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The Marshall Owls prevailed on the field, defeating Truman High 27-6, and between each quarter, efforts to raise money and awareness in the fight against cancer were also making strides.

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From left, St. Peter Catholic School Principal Gary Littrell, St. Peter Catholic Church Fr. Kevin Gormley and Fitzgibbon Hospital President and CEO Ron Ott, as Ott accepts a donation of $1,800 raised by St. Peter students and parents.
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From left, Fitzgibbon Hospital President and CEO Ron Ott congratulates Marshall Public Schools Superintendent Ryan Huff on the school district team's victory in the annual Pink Powder Puff flag football game. Makenzie Thomason, Courtney Angelhow and Marla Robbins look on. The school district gets to keep the sparkly pink football until next year's game.
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From left, Fitzgibbon Hospital President and CEO Ron Ott accepts a donation of $4,739 from Walmart Assistant Manager Mike Fleenor Friday, Oct. 5, during halftime of the Football in Pink game at Marshall High School.
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Fitzgibbon Hospital President and CEO Ron Ott greets a crowd of Bueker Middle School students who, with Principal Lance Tobin, presented a donation for $2,000 they raised in their annual walk-a-thon.
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