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With Grayson County Judge Executive Gary Logsdon are members of the Grayson County High School volleyball team. L-R: Shelby Watkins, Rebecca Higdon, Kateline Metcalfe, Miranda Boaz, Kelsey Embry, Arianna Filippone, Shelbi Arnold, Bailey Martin, Maddie Mattingly, Machala Perkins, Ciarra Meredith, Katlynn Bratcher, Desarae Mudd, and Haley Tucker.
With Grayson County Judge Executive Gary Logsdon are members of the Grayson County High School volleyball team. L-R: Shelby Watkins, Rebecca Higdon, Kateline Metcalfe, Miranda Boaz, Kelsey Embry, Arianna Filippone, Shelbi Arnold, Bailey Martin, Maddie Mattingly, Machala Perkins, Ciarra Meredith, Katlynn Bratcher, Desarae Mudd, and Haley Tucker.
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Grayson County Judge Executive, Gary Logsdon, recently signed a proclamation naming the week of September 30 through October 4 as “Volley for the Cure Week” in Grayson County.


The annual Volley for the Cure volleyball game will be held Tuesday, October 1, 2013 against visiting Hancock County. The freshman game will begin at 5 p.m., with the JV and varsity games to follow.The night will include a silent auction, a bake sale and door prizes being awarded.


All proceeds from these events will be donated to the American Cancer Society for research into the prevention and cure of breast cancer. Everyone attending the event is encouraged to wear pink to show their support for this cause.


Grayson County High School has declared Tuesday as “Pink Out Day” at the high school. The volleyball team encourages everyone to wear pink in support of the cause.


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