Julia Barth

On October 22nd, Neshaminy’s student council hosted its annual Pink-Out! Days of preparation led to a fun, pink-filled day, and Neshaminy’s most successful year yet! Neshaminy, unfortunately, lost to Central Bucks West, but the spirit didn’t lack, and the Neshaminy community raised over 11,000 for women with breast cancer in our community. 

Neshaminy’s hallways and stands were filled with a sea of pink-colored shirts. The most money ever to be raised for this event, and it showed in the amount of pink! Both the field hockey teams and the girl’s volleyball team also created separate pink-out shirts, and the stands were filled with decorations.

Neshaminy’s class office, student council, and interact clubs as well as others all had booths throughout the night to raise money with fun activities including a cash grab, pink hairspray, cupcakes, and more! 

The Neshaminy football team celebrated their senior night, honoring twenty seniors. The players walked down the field with family and friends and were cheered on by others. Similarly, the Neshaminy cheer team celebrated their senior day in the same way, honoring 12 seniors. 

Finally, the band and color guard also celebrated their 25 seniors. Although many were sad about leaving, all in all, it was a great day honoring amazing student-athletes.

Neshaminy’s Pink-Out is an event everyone is excited about every year, and this year didn’t disappoint. Neshaminy’s student council would like to thank everyone again for their participation and donation, and we can’t wait for next year! #Neshaminygoespink