These Dragon’s have PEPP!

These Dragon’s have PEPP!
Lake Orion High School football team supporters joined the PEPP team to cheer on the football team’s buses as they drove by Culver’s on Thursday on their way to Ann Arbor for the season opener against Lapeer High School. PEPP is made up of parents, siblings, neighbors, friends and community members who support the Lake Orion Dragon football program.
Lake Orion High School football team supporters joined the PEPP team to cheer on the football team’s buses as they drove by Culver’s on Thursday on their way to Ann Arbor for the season opener against Lapeer High School. PEPP is made up of parents, siblings, neighbors, friends and community members who support the Lake Orion Dragon football program.

On one night, a historic rivalry will unite for a common cause
Lake Orion’s annual Pink Out Game is joining forces with Clarkston’s annual Football for a Cure Game to help benefit cancer survivors during their treatment.
The charity football game is Oct. 12, when the Dragons take on the Wolves at Dragon Stadium, located on Stadium Drive, east off M-24. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.
Anyone wishing to tackle the cause by sponsoring a jersey with the name of a family member or friend touched by cancer can do so by visiting https://www.mclaren.org/oakland-foundation/football-order-form.aspx. Orders must be received by Sept. 4.
People can also support the cause by purchasing a Lake Orion (or Clarkston) t-shirt at one of the following locations: McLaren Oakland-Oxford, 352 N. Lapeer Rd.; Karmanos Cancer Institute – Clarkston, 5680 Bow Pointe Dr.; or McLaren Breast Center, 5701 Bow Pointe Dr., Ste. 255, in Clarkston.
Funds raised from the game will go to A Mother’s Wish Foundation and the McLaren Oakland Foundation. Both organizations help ease non-medical expenses for families that are dealing with cancer.
For more information, email lakeorionfootballforacure@gmail.com. – J.O.

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