WNSL Goes Pink for Cancer Awareness
This Saturday, October 22, the West Nashville Sports League is going pink.
Each October, WNSL hosts Pink Out Day to commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We encourage all of our flag football teams and fans to wear as much pink as possible.
The pinkest teams are rewarded with a pizza party at the end of the season.
The facilities at Warner Park will be getting in on the action, too. All of the fields are marked with pink paint, and referees are encouraged to wear pink too!
To help all of the teams out, WNSL sells pink gloves, mouthpieces, wristbands at Warner Park. All proceeds from these sales go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Scott Tygard, the Director of the WNSL, has always stressed Community and Life Events from the onset of the WNSL twenty one years ago. “I believe that an organization like the WNSL should concern itself with more than just the games on the fields and courts and that providing a platform to help fight Cancer is just one example of WNSL involvement in Community and Life Events.”
To lend your support, come out to the Flag Football fields at Edwin Warner Park to cheer on our Pink Out teams!
To learn more about WNSL special events or programs, visit us online at WNSL.org.