Tomorrow's "Breast Bout Ever" supports breast cancer

FAIRBANKS-Alaska Rollergirls will compete in the second annual "Breast bout Ever" tomorrow night. 56 skaters from across the state have registered for the fundraising event and they donate their own money to play.

The event raises money for the Breast Cancer Detection Center in Fairbanks, but more importantly, it raises awareness about the disease.

The teams will be a lot different than normal and skaters won't know which team they're on until tomorrow night. Doors open at 6- wheels roll at 7 in the Carlson Center.

The founder of the Fairbanks Rollergirls, Michelle Maynor, says expect a lot of skating and fun activities for the audience.

"We're doing it 5 on 5 style where 5 girls get up and skate from two different teams. We're doing it as a double header so we'll have a lot more skating action," Maynor said.

Maynor describes another interesting game.

"Bra Pong is something you might play at the fair and you have ping pong balls that your trying to get into a cup and if you get it into a cup then you win a prize so you can purchase the balls, you know a dollar a piece or whatever they are."