Clarkston, WA – Clarkston DECA’s 13th annual “Spike for the Cure” volleyball tournament will be played on Wednesday, October 4th at 5:30 p.m. in Kramer Gymnasium. Spike for the Cure pink t-shirts are sponsored by Brady and Trevor Arnone of Edward Jones and will be sold with all proceeds donated to the Gina Quesenberry Foundation.
Spike for the Cure is an opportunity for the students of Clarkston High School to come together to raise funds for the Gina Quesenberry Foundation, a nonprofit organization whose goal is to provide financial assistance to local patients with breast cancer. Eighteen teams — 108 players, including high school students and faculty members, will be competing against each other in this “Spike for the Cure” event.
The community is invited to attend the “Spike for the Cure” event. Donations will also be accepted at the door. Clarkston DECA has donated over $55,000 to the GQ Foundation through this community service event over the past twelve years.
Thank you to this year’s sponsors Edward Jones, Fingerprints, Shelley Bradley and Associates, P1FCU, Early Bird Supply, Kenzie’s Koffee, Reel Time Fishing, The Tin Can Company, Higgins Home Team, St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, Advisor Central, Presnell Gage PLLC, Fur Family Cinema, and Living Waters!
Join us at Clarkston High School for the 13th Annual Clarkston DECA “Spike for the Cure”!