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  • The Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) hosted a Dome Field Day in the DakotaDome and Sanford Coyote Sports Center Saturday morning.

  • During spring break, Glen Cove High School’s varsity softball team coached by Angela Zupa and Kim Kessel invited the Glen Cove Boys and Girls Club to the school for a clinic.

  • Players on the Massapequa High School varsity baseball team say that sometimes it’s OK to join forces with a rival. For the fifth year, the Chiefs, led by coach Thomas Sheedy, have partnered with another Nassau County school to raise money for a good cause.

  • BOCA RATON, Fla. (Mar. 27, 2017) – The Molloy softball team conducted a free instructional clinic while in Florida for the PFX Spring Games. Over 100 youth player s ages 8-14 from the West Boca Raton Diamonds Softball Association and Boca Impact Travel teams were in attendance.

  • ROCKVILLE CENTRE, N.Y. - One of the cornerstones of the women's bowling program is its belief in charitable works.

  • Valley Stream South High School held its annual Service Week from April 3-7, with this year’s efforts based around the theme, “How We Can Help to End Hunger?” Students took part in several efforts to provide food to those in need.

  • East Islip Middle School’s Builders Club members Rebecca Belz, Deirdre Carney, Gianna Fabio, Sara Manweiler, Giavanna Perrone, Brooke Rizzuto, Matt Shields, Caitlyn Surace and Maggie Ulrich recently volunteered their time to the local Kiwanis Club in preparation for the organization’s 30th annual gala.

  • Every dollar donated can provide meals for 11 people through Feeding America, and students and staff at Newbridge Road Elementary School in the North Bellmore School District have been doing their part to help the hungry.

  • Photo Caption: Members of the Hampton Bays Elementary School K-Kids community service club, recently held a kickball fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House. Through the pay-to-play kick-ball fundraiser, the students raised more than $200 for the organization. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays School District

  • INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The University of Memphis women's soccer team ranked No. 2 among all NCAA Division I institutions in community service in 2016-17, NCAA Team Works and Helper Helper announced Friday. The Tigers were recognized for their work with St. Jude, the Foundation Fighting Blindness and Youth Villages among many others.

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