Stillwater High School Pink Out Helps Fight Cancer

Stillwater High School Pink Out Helps Fight Cancer

“This is my favorite time of year,” says Pink Out sponsor and Stillwater High School teacher Jody Webber. “Seeing our students lead the charge in honoring cancer survivors, fighters, and heroes by raising funds to fight cancer does my Pioneer heart good.”

Each year, Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students at Stillwater High School spearhead Pink Out Week to generate funds for the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation and to raise awareness of breast cancer. “One hundred percent of the proceeds from Pink Out go to OMRF in Oklahoma City,” says Webber. “In the past twelve years, we’ve raised over $105,000.”

The students have planned numerous activities at SHS, through district locations, and in the community. In addition to specific fundraising events, the district will also host themed attire and hat days, and penny wars. Webber says they have so many activities and opportunities the event has had to grow beyond its typical one week duration. 

Pink Out 2022 Itinerary

  • Wednesday, August 17
    • Fundraiser night at Freddy’s, 4-8pm
  • Wednesday, Sept 7
    • Fundraiser night at Chipotle, 5-9pm
  • Thursday, Sept 8
    • Coloring Sheets will be picked up from the Elementary Schools
    • Pink Out Volleyball at the SHS Field House – 9th grade @ 4pm, Junior Varsity @ 5pm, Varsity @ 6pm
  • Monday, Sept 12
    • Fundraiser at Frios all day, featuring a Free Corn Hole Tournament and more from 6-8pm
  • Tuesday, Sept 13
    • Fundraiser the Garage, 6-8pm
  • Wednesday, Sept 14
    • Pink Out Powder Puff Game at Pioneer Stadium at 6:30
  • Thursday, Sept 15
    • Pink Out Softball Game at Couch Park against Sand Springs. Junior Varsity @ 5:30pm, Varsity @ 7pm
  • Friday, Sept 16
    • Hat Day at Richmond and Westwood
    • Survivors, Fighters and Heroes Picture at Lunch (12:40 in the SHS Student Center Pioneer Panel)
    • Pink Out Football vs. Norman and events at Pioneer Stadium
      • 5:30pm until third quarter – Silent auction featuring prize packages collected by SHS student organizations 
      • 6:20pm – Youth Pom Clinic Performance 
      • 6:45pm – Pregame – Honorary captains of the game: Survivors – representing on the field for the coin toss will be Kendra Kilpatrick, Susan Colthrap, Lacy Harris, Carolyn Walstad, Lindy Zamborsky, and Kristy Self
      • Halftime – Pink Bucket Brigade donations and half-time show

“Every year, I’m so very proud of what our students and community accomplish,” says Webber. “The culture at Stillwater High School creates incredible servant Leaders who are already difference makers! Seeing our community’s support for our young people’s efforts and their support of our cancer fighters, survivors and heroes brings so much hope to my heart!  Please come out to their events, wear pink if you’ve got it, and support them in fighting cancer!”

More information about Pink Out, including how to donate, can be found at