American Cancer Society, WXII dunk tank raises over $1,300

American Cancer Society dunk tank with WXII raises over $1,300

Carolina Classic Fair dunks WXII reporters for the American Cancer Society



and on Wednesdays we wear pink and today we also do *** splash. We want to try that hatchet one more time, can you hear me now at the Carolina Classic Fair? I guess it’s because there’s water everywhere and our technology doesn’t like it. We know we can hear you, it’s just all the water in my ear from the tank dunk earlier today, I think I was a little stuffy. We can hear you now though, it’s been a perfect day off the fair. I’m joined by DJ Hargrave whose event and branding at the fairgrounds and DJ, it’s not just the Dunk Tank, but there’s a lot going on. There’s a lot going on today. We have price checks presented financial and highly perishable food items that close at 11 p.m. DJ is actually going to throw in our very own Laney Pope who is still sitting in the booth right now. I want to check with Laney before I start. Now, Laney, you were talking a lot while we were all in the cabin earlier. Now that you’re in the cabin, you’re a little quieter. How are you? I *** a good cup of coffee that gave me, which helped me *** really have a good time here and there and generally on the third, is this *** DJ challenge here if he does not enter the first couple of goodness. All right, let’s see what we have. Here we are. I have it. Not hard enough. There it goes straight down. Very well. Thanks. Laney will be here until seven o’clock while she gets up and has her coffee. DJ Thank you very much. Big throw. We’re expecting a good fucking day here like you said, Laney will still be here until 7:00. You can come out here and dunk her a few more times. We’re all rooting for that.

American Cancer Society dunk tank with WXII raises over $1,300

Carolina Classic Fair dunks WXII reporters for the American Cancer Society

On Wednesday, the WXII 12 News crew caused a stir in the dunk tank at the Carolina Classic Fair. Six of WXII’s best have signed up to participate in efforts to raise funds for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer movement. The Making Strides Walk will take place on October 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to help save lives. and ending breast cancer as we know it. To donate or register for the walk, visit the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer website. Audrey Biesk, Jackie Pascale, Maria DeBone and Ford Hatchett were at the fair to get doused for a good cause. In-person cash donations were $1,255, of which $52.75 was donated online. The American Cancer Society thanks everyone who participated!

On Wednesday, the WXII 12 News crew caused a stir in the dunk tank at the Carolina Classic Fair.

Six of WXII’s best have signed up to participate in efforts to raise funds for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer movement.

The Making Strides Walk will take place on October 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to help save lives and end breast cancer as we know it.

To donate or register for the walk, visit the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer website.

Thanks to generous donations, you helped raise a total of $1,307.75!

Our very own Lanie Pope, Christine Cruz, Audrey Biesk, Jackie Pascale, Maria DeBone and Ford Hatchett were at the fair to get doused for a good cause.

In-person cash donations were $1,255, of which $52.75 was donated online.

The American Cancer Society thanks everyone who participated!

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