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  • Last Friday, some 30 boys and girls student athletes from various WHS teams took part in a program called “Pump for Players,” The students worked at Beth’s, Casey’s, Long Shoals Marina, and Truman State Park from 8-12 AM and at Sonic from 8-11 AM raising over $ 1,000 for the WHS Booster Club.

  • Students from West Islip’s Bayview Elementary School recently participated in the St. Jude Math-A-Thon, raising $1,914 for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

  • By Todd Vinyard, Special to CatamountSports.com Service to others is more than something Western Carolina football coach Mark Speir talks about with his team. Speir demonstrates it with his involvement in a variety of efforts.

  • Fourth-graders at Patti Dieck’s class at Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School in the Amityville Union Free School District participated in the Feed the Need fundraiser. The initiative was started by a student in the neighboring Copiague School District. Hot meals are delivered to the homeless on Sundays. Ms.

  • 11-year-old Joe Butler vividly remembers the scene of wrestlers sharing wrestling shoes at a national-level tournament last spring.

  • MTSU athletes continuously give their time and talents back to the Rutherford County community. Just recently, the MTSU football and tennis teams took part in the Special Kids' Camp Ability. "It's the highlight of the year for us," noted Blue Raider quarterback Brent Stockstill.

  • How many undergraduates can say they spent their summer helping to save lives? That's exactly what University of Memphis women's soccer player Sessen Stevens did earlier this summer when she volunteered with the International Children's Heart Foundation (ICHF).

  • Stonehill College's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee was recognized at the Northeast-10 Conference's annual awards banquet, held at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough recently, for its fundraising efforts towards the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

  • Members of Floral Park Memorial High School’s National Junior Honor Society, led by adviser Ms. Margaret McBride, recently visited Anna’s House, a childcare center on the grounds of Belmont Racetrack for the children of the backstretch families.

  • Fourteen Texas Tech student-athletes from several women’s sports visited Haiti recently as part of missionary outreach.

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