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Powderpuff Girls

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Powderpuff Girls

On November 3, members from every grade at Brashier participated in Powderpuff. Powderpuff is where the roles of football players are given to the girls and the boys take to the sidelines as coaches.
“It took a few weeks to plan Powderpuff but it was so worth it because a lot of people got to enjoy a school event that they missed out on last year,” said junior Anna Jernigan 
(Photo courtesy of Lauren Ervin).

On November 3, members from every grade at Brashier participated in Powderpuff. Powderpuff is where the roles of football players are given to the girls and the boys take to the sidelines as coaches. “It took a few weeks to plan Powderpuff but it was so worth it because a lot of people got to enjoy a school event that they missed out on last year,” said junior Anna Jernigan (Photo courtesy of Lauren Ervin).

Lauren Ervin

On November 3, members from every grade at Brashier participated in Powderpuff. Powderpuff is where the roles of football players are given to the girls and the boys take to the sidelines as coaches. “It took a few weeks to plan Powderpuff but it was so worth it because a lot of people got to enjoy a school event that they missed out on last year,” said junior Anna Jernigan (Photo courtesy of Lauren Ervin).

Lauren Ervin

Lauren Ervin

On November 3, members from every grade at Brashier participated in Powderpuff. Powderpuff is where the roles of football players are given to the girls and the boys take to the sidelines as coaches. “It took a few weeks to plan Powderpuff but it was so worth it because a lot of people got to enjoy a school event that they missed out on last year,” said junior Anna Jernigan (Photo courtesy of Lauren Ervin).

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