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  • SCHUYLERVILLE – Continuing the trend of raising money to fight cancer last weekend, the Schuylerville Youth Lacrosse team hosted a benefit shootout to raise money for the family of community member Mike Podkladek, who is currently in treatment for a brain tumor.

  • University of Minnesota Duluth student-athletes, coaches and staff, logged 3,050 hours of community service during the 2016-17 athletic season with the last of those coming on May 25 when seven volunteers collected trash along a two-mile stretch of right-of-way along U.S.

  • Every year volunteers gather the Saturday morning of Memorial Day Weekend at Calverton National Cemetery to place U.S. Gravesite Flags at each grave to recognize and honor our military service men and women. This event takes place at military cemeteries across the country.

  • Sewanhaka High School seventh-graders in Diane Ventura’s class participated in the Hance Family Foundation’s Emma's Mile on May 20, raising $800 for the organization.

  • ouple of days into a weeklong service mission in Haiti, Mikado Hinson, the Texas A&M University football director of player development, was clearly excited to be in the company of his student-athletes and the people of Haiti.

  • ELMIRA, N.Y. -- Prior to the academic year ending at Elmira College, several Soaring Eagle student-athletes volunteered their time and efforts at the Super Regional Track & Field Special Olympics event held on Saturday, May 6, in Geneseo, New York.

  • East Islip High School’s varsity softball team volunteered for the annual Special Olympics event held at Bellport High School on May 7. Each team member partnered with an athlete and took him or her to their events throughout the day.

  • Photo Caption: In doing their part to give back to the community, the Hampton Bays High School Leo Club donated more than $600 to the Retreat of East Hampton on May 22. The students raised the money as part of a “Sweatin’ for Cash” fundraiser in which they garnered sponsors to spin at MARVILfit in Hampton Bays.

  • Photo Caption: The Connetquot Central School District recently celebrated its first Relay for Life event, bringing together district staff, students and community members to rally together and raise funds for cancer research.

  • Briarcliff High School’s softball team has dedicated two games during the spring season to raising awareness about pediatric cancer. The team partnered with non-profit Go4theGoal, an organization dedicated to helping kids with cancer achieve their goals.



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