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Fever to donate "Go Pink Night" funds raised to Tri-Cities Cancer Center Thursday

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KENNEWICK, Wash. -- This week the Tri-Cities Fever will donate the money they raised from "Go Pink Night. Nearly $3,700 dollars will go to the Tri-Cities Cancer Center foundation. Thursday at 11:00 a.m. Fever general manager Teri Carr and a player will present the check at the cancer center. In May Fever players auctioned their pink jerseys along with memorabilia for the fundraiser.

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