Pembroke's annual 'Shooting for a Cure' hits new record with $26,000 raised
When Toni Funke was diagnosed with cancer in 2012, the Pembroke High School girls basketball team, coached by her husband Ron Funke, was inspired to try and raise money to help fight cancer.
Shooting for a Cure! has been an annual event since and each year it gets bigger and bigger.
This year was no exception with the event raising a record $26,000, bringing the total raised since over the past six years to $87,000.
The team traveled to Roswell Cancer Institute in Buffalo today to deliver the donations.
In the game, Oakfield-Alabama beat Pembroke 51-31.
Top photo: Serene Calderon presents Toni Funke with a rose, a halftime ceremony held each year where team members present flowers to community members who have battled cancer or are currently in treatment.
So very proud of our Pembroke Ladies and their efforts. It's always good when you keep doing the right thing. Keep up the good work Ladies!