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Whether you are 2 or 92, cancer affects us all. No one is safe from cancer — not you, your spouse or your family.  Jordon Johnson gave his time Oct. 12 at the Coffee County-CCHS game to help the Jet cheerleaders share cancer awareness with the community.  This event was very special to the CCHS Cheerleaders as most of the squad has family or friends that have been touched by cancer. The CCHS cheerleaders were excited and very enthusiastic about raising money for cancer awareness. They are aware this is a marathon, not a sprint, and they are ready to help. The CCHS cheerleaders, along with Jordan Johnson from the Regional Cancer Center at Cumberland Medical Center, shared information with Jet fans on Cancer Awareness at last Friday’s “pink-out” game with Coffee County.

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