On Friday, October 18th, the Lake Shore Central School District celebrated and recognized breast cancer awareness month by going pink! Organized by Lake Shore Student Government, Pink Effect is designed to encourage all students and staff to remember those whom we have lost, support those fighting breast cancer and give awareness to our community about this prevalent disease in Western New York and the world over. Students from A.J. Schmidt to Lake Shore High, from Kindergarten to grade 12, volleyball to football players--all wore pink that Friday to show support. If fact, about 700 students in the high school placed their names on pink and white eagles that are now displayed in the high school hallway. Students were delighted to find pink milk, applesauce and even pink cookies in lunch that Friday, too! Special thank you to everyone who participated in Pink Effect 2019; it was another great success. To our friends fighting this fight, your Lake Shore Eagles want you to know that you are not alone! (Pictured: Lake Shore High School's Pink Effect Wall of Eagles and the Leadership in Action Class who helped plan this event).