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Parker Whiteside poses for a portrait in their living room at their house in Greenwood, Ind. Parker is raising money and awareness for ovarian cancer on the football field this season. He lost his biological mother to ovarian cancer in 2004. Mike Wolanin / Daily Journal
For one Center Grove student, every day starts with the same teal rubber bracelet.
Parker Whiteside, 11, never goes anywhere without the accessory — not to school, not to church, not to hang out with friends.
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