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  • To student-athletes at the George Washington University, community service isn’t just a thing to do. Rather, it’s a way of life.

  • Sag Harbor Elementary School fifth-graders in Ms. JoAnn Kelly’s class recently raised more than $1,200 for the International Committee of the Red Cross as part of a “Laps for Love” fundraiser.

  • More than 180,000 student-athletes from 450 colleges and universities compete in Division III sports, the largest NCAA division; nearly 44 percent are female.

  • James H. Boyd Intermediate School students in Room 412 helped pack meals for orphans in Haiti and the hungry on Long Island on April 3 as part of the LuHi Meal Packing Event at the Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School in Upper Brookville.

  • Photo Caption: The varsity lacrosse teams from Smithtown High School East and Smithtown High School West, along with the leadership clubs at their respective schools, recently held a toy collection during their home games. The teams and clubs asked spectators to bring a new toy when they attended a game.

  • More than 133 Landing Elementary School students raised $8,635 during the school’s Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser, which benefited the American Heart Association. The school kicks off the annual fundraiser every February during American Heart Month.

  • Covert Avenue School raised an astounding $16,300 for the American Heart Association during its Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart fundraisers.

  • By Emily Krolewicz Sports Writer The Coach Brown Memorial Award is presented at the annual Scotty Awards to the team that records the most community service hours per person over the school year. The women’s volleyball team has won the honor three years straight, but that streak was broken this year.

  • On April 3, with the help and support of the surrounding community, the Lindenhurst High School Peer Leadership group collected more than $7,000 for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. The group coordinated the head-shaving event in an effort to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer research.

  • In the interest of giving back to their community, Rocky Point High School’s junior varsity and varsity baseball teams continued their tradition of volunteering at Maureen’s Haven Homeless Shelter in Cutchogue this spring.

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