Grizzly Volleyball Pink Out Game Tuesday will benefit OMC Cancer Treatment Center

A group of people representing Ozarks Medical Center, Community First Banking Company and Grizzly Volleyball stand in a row in the OMC lobby. The volleyball representatives are wearing the T-shirts being sold for the fundraiser.
From left are OMC Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tom Keller, Community First Banking Company President and CEO Michael Hoff; Grizzly Volleyball Assistant Coach Briana Walsh; OMC Vice President and Foundation Director Carol Silvey; Grizzly Volleyball player Kelly Wiedemann; OMC Vice President of Human Resources Connie Schott; Grizzly Volleyball player Kamryn Artale; Community First Banking Company Senior Vice President Mark Sloan; and OMC Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Kim Thompson and Donor Relations Coordinator Sarah Johnson. (Photo provided)

West Plains, Mo. – "No One Fights Alone" is the mantra featured on this year's Pink Out Game T-shirts being sold by the Missouri State University-West Plains Grizzly Volleyball team.

The team hosts the annual event to raise awareness about breast cancer and provide funds for the fight to cure the disease. Proceeds from this year's sale will benefit the Ozarks Medical Center (OMC) Cancer Treatment Center.

The Pink Out Game is set for the Oct. 23 home game against St. Louis Community College at the West Plains Civic Center. T-shirts will be available at the game for $15 each youth sizes through adult XL. Adult 2X and 3X are $18 each.

Fans can purchase T-shirts prior to the game or after the game through the end of October by calling 417-255-7255.

The Pink Out Game and T-shirts are being sponsored by Community First Banking Company and Screenshots.