AU Health, Augusta GreenJackets partner to celebrate breast cancer survivors

The Augusta GreenJackets and AU Health have teamed up to host “Pink in the Park” on Saturday, May 13. The annual breast cancer awareness event celebrates survivors and raises money for American Cancer Society. AU Health will be giving away pink tote bags to the first 1,500 fans arriving at the game, and proceeds raised in the Pink Jersey off the Back auction will benefit the American Cancer Society.

That gates at Lake Olmstead Statium open at 4:30 p.m. and the game begins at 6:05 p.m.

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