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  • In recognizing a need to stock the shelves of local food pantries throughout the year, Wading River Elementary School’s Character Counts Committee organized a March Madness Food Drive. The community service effort proved to be the most successful in the school’s history with a final donation tally of 8,159 food items.

  • East Islip Middle School eighth-graders Samantha Ryan and Samantha Seibert, both members of the local Girl Scout Troop 984, recently organized a blood drive to support Team Taylor and achieve their silver award.

  • Photo Caption: In an effort to assist those battling cancer, members of the Bayport-Blue Point High School Interact Club recently raised more than $1,100 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through their Pennies for Patients campaign.

  • Students in first through fifth grade at Bowling Green Elementary School in the East Meadow School District took a step forward in promoting heart health by participating in the schoolwide Jump Rope for Heart program, raising more than $9,000 for the American Heart Association.

  • MADISON, Wis. — Throughout the 2016-17 school year, Wisconsin student-athletes have paired with elementary and middle school classrooms around the entire state to work together through the Badger Backpack program.

  • On March 24, Memorial Junior High School students participated in the “Memorial Madness” basketball tournament that raised funds for the Autism Speaks organization.

  • Herricks High School senior Naeha Pathak has been honored with a President Volunteer Service Award in honor of her dedication to helping others and making a difference in the world.

  • Photo Caption: Hampton Bays Elementary School students have raised $1,000 for the Southampton Animal Shelter as part of their first-grade Community Service Committee project. As part of the project, the students learned about the shelter, made posters and organized a fundraiser in which they sold bracelets, stamps and puppy ducks.

  • Gahanna, Ohio – The Queens College women's basketball team spent Monday morning with students at the St. Matthew School in Ohio, as part of the NCAA Division II Women's Basketball Championship's Elite Eight community events.

  • Student-athletes are high-profile members of college campuses and the surrounding communities. They are well-known among the student body, administrators, and the general public. This presents an opportunity to make a lasting impact on the community.

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