PINK NIGHT community cancer awareness and fundraise


The Thunder Ridge High School Boys Basketball Program will be hosting a PINK NIGHT community cancer awareness and fundraiser on Wednesday, Feb. 2, during its home game vs. Bonneville High School. A silent auction and half-time presentation will honor local cancer patients, including 3-year-old Leukemia patient Seth Sautter, who was just recently diagnosed on Jan. 5th. The team first learned about Seth’s diagnosis from his cousin Jaden Sautter, who is a senior on the Varsity basketball team.

A generous sponsorship by Mountain View Hospital and the Teton Cancer Institute will provide complimentary PINK NIGHT T-shirts for attendees to show unified community support with a “sea of pink” in the gymnasium.

We invite you to cover this fourth annual event and help promote its cause. Please see more information in the press release below. If you would like an interview with Coach Toldson, one of the players or others who are helping turn the fundraising into necessary patient support, please contact me by phone or email.

Thank you very much in advance for your support!

Best regards, Michele


Feb 02 2022

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