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Pink-Out in the Pool

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Cancer awareness bracelets, temporary tattoos and a donation bin were available at the entrance to the Pink-Out in the Pool event Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014, for the Northivew versus Southview swim meet in Sylvania.

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Tristan Castor, 16, center, donned his pink swim cap for the event.

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Delta resident Patricia Lemle, who had come to watch her grandson Nate Baldwin, 14, swim for Northview, center, held her pink carnation.

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Swimmer Brendan Coulter, 15, climbs out of the pool after warming up while the water is dyed.

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The pool appeared purple in deeper areas.

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The Northview swimming pool was dyed for the Pink-Out in the Pool event.

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Northview Athletic Director Chris Irwin, center, pours out pink dye into the Northview pool.

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Pink dye colors the water.

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Northview swimmers held their pink caps by the pink-dyed pool before the beginning of the Pink-Out in the Pool event.

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