Breast cancer awareness group puts spin on games

Playing pin the tail on the donkey, ring toss or going bowling usually are done just for fun, but Wednesday, the activities were done a little differently to raise awareness for breast cancer. Colleges Against Cancer held their annual âÄúSaving Second BaseâÄù event on the Coffman Union lawn where students had activities such as âÄúcelebrity bullâÄôs-eye,âÄù âÄúmini bowling for boobs,âÄù âÄúpin the hand on the boobâÄù and ring toss. They also handed out bracelets and brochures to spread their message. The group also had a bake sale and sold T-shirts to help raise money for the cause. According to their website, Colleges Against Cancer is dedicated to eliminating cancer by spreading awareness and education through volunteer work in the community. âÄúBreast cancer affects so many people,âÄù CAC president and finance junior John Kieffer said. âÄúItâÄôs something that everyone has a connection to. To make it fun and get the word out is really important.âÄù