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  • 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.

  • Students at Copiague Middle School showed off their basketball skills when they participated in a Hoops for Heart fundraiser to benefit the American Heart Association on April 6 and 7 during their physical education classes.

  • Miller Avenue School students participated in a number of Autism Awareness activities throughout the week of April 3 as part of Autism Awareness month.

  • Photo Caption: More than 90 pints of blood were collected as part of a New York Blood Center blood drive held at the Wading River Elementary School on April 5. The Shoreham-Wading River PTA sponsored the drive, held in honor of high school student Alexa Boucher.

  • Students and staff at Massapequa High School’s Ames Campus donned blue on April 3 in support of the 6,000 people a year who lose their lives to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS, as well as the people who are living with the neurodegenerative disease.

  • NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Student-athletes and coaches from the Southern Connecticut State University athletic department joined with the SCSU Office of Sustainability to host students from the King Robinson School in New Haven on Monday.

  • An annual tradition continued this week at Southern Connecticut State University as the Owls' football program led an initiative for National Marrow Donor Program's 'Be The Match' program. Supported collaboratively by members of the nursing program, the Owls conducted a station at the Michael J. Adanti Student Center.

  • DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. (Mar. 31, 2017) – The Mercy College Athletic Department will be promoting The Making Strides for the Cure from the American Cancer Society. Our student-athletes from baseball, men's lacrosse, softball and women's lacrosse will be promoting our Think Pink games starting Sunday, April 2nd and concluding on Wednesday, April 5th.

  • On Monday, the LIU Post volleyball team made a difference by teaming up with Meals from the Heart to feed hungry families on Long Island.

  • Last week, the LIU Post field hockey team graciously took the time to volunteer at The INN in Hempstead and the VA Medical Center in Northport. During their time at The INN, the Pioneer student-athletes helped to serve food and disperse donated goods to the less-fortunate.



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