Claire Corder tosses a football at a donut hole toss game to try and make the ball go through the target at the Pink Out Carnival.


O.P. Norman Junior High School celebrated Pink Out by hosting their annual Pink Out Carnival on Oct. 21. 

Student organizations created and ran booths such as ball tosses, dunking booths, and more. They also created a concession stand, cotton candy stand, and a rootbeer float stand. Other students participated in playing the carnival games and purchasing food and drinks while student groups rotated running the stands/booths. 

The O.P. Norman JH students wanted to raise awarness and aide in fighting against cancer. Overall, the students raised over $9,000 to go directly to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

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