Plymouth, Goshen volleyball teams 'Going Gold' for cancer awareness

The community is being asked to donate unopened boxes of children's character bandages at the game on Thursday.

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth High School volleyball team is hosting Go Gold Night at 6 p.m. in the varsity gym on Thursday, Sept. 28, when they take on Goshen High School.

The event is called Go Gold Night – for a good cause. Gold is the color that nationally represents pediatric cancer awareness, and both volleyball teams are coming together in honor to raise awareness for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

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