Calallen Middle School students celebrated fifth annual Pink Out pep rally on Tuesday.
As a community project for the cheerleaders, students raised money by selling shirts and 'pink out' passes.

Pink posters, balloons and students wearing pink shirts filled the Calallen Middle School gym on Tuesday for the fifth annual Pink Out pep rally.

As a community project for the cheerleaders, students raised money by selling shirts and 'pink out' passes. 

They raised $1,000 to donate to the Susan G. Koleman Foundation and $325 to the Touch Down Booster Club Scholarship Foundation.

Students listened to breast cancer survivors and honored them with the pep rally.

Cheerleading Coach Angie Moore said the students get heavily involved with the project.

"I believe it makes them more aware," Moore said. "Many of their lives have been touched by breast cancer whether it be a mother, aunt or teacher. This helps them do something for someone else they don't even know."