MacArthur High School held its annual Pink Out football game where Pink replaced the traditional red, white, and blue school colors. This sea of pink spread from the football players wearing pink socks to the band adorning pink plumes to almost every spectator taking part in such a momentous event. The evening’s atmosphere was one of excitement as the fans cheered on the victorious Varsity Football team as they defeated the Elmont Spartans. Over 90 baskets donated by parent clubs, local businesses and staff were raffled off throughout the evening, and many other items were sold, including pumpkins, Christmas ornaments and Pink Apparel. The cause was also supported by the National Honor Society, Salk Connections Club, MacPac, and the Key Club. The annual Pink Out event, spearheaded by Tammy Mayer and Nicole Savage, was an unbelievable success, raising $16,258.00. Since Pink Out’s inception, MacArthur High School has donated over $60,000 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Greater NY.
Courtesy of Levittown School District.