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  • OXFORD, Miss. (localmemphis.com) - The Ole Miss football & softball teams are giving back during their spring break. Monday, student athletes from both teams took time out to help others.

  • Sam Schaaf, an active duty solider in the Air Force, has served his country for more than three years, and for most of that time he’s been stationed at a base in Germany. Because of this, Schaaf doesn’t see his family much, returning home to Altoona, Wisconsin, just once or twice a year.

  • For the 12th consecutive year, Rutgers University student athletes volunteered at Saturdays in Motion, a free program for children with autism and their families offered at the Somerset Hills YMCA in Basking Ridge.

  • The Lee Road Elementary School Community Service Committee in Levittown collected supplies for troops serving abroad, which benefitted the Long Island nonprofit organization Boots on the Ground NY.

  • Photo Caption: The Sanford H. Calhoun High School cheerleaders hosted a youth cheerleading clinic on March 11 for kindergarten through eighth-grade students in the local community. Part of the proceeds will be donated to the upcoming Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District Relay for Life event.

  • Parkway Elementary School students in the East Meadow School District raised more than $5,000 for the American Heart Association by participating in the schoolwide Jump Rope for Heart program on Feb. 16.

  • Georgetown, Ky.-- Kentucky State University Track and Field teamed up with the KSU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Alpha Phi Alpha, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Zeta Phi Beta and Scott County High School Cheerleaders for a day of service at two Scott County schools.

  • Photo Caption: Members of Hampton Bays Elementary School’s service club, K-Kids, recently raised more than $500 for Camp Flying Point as part of an autism awareness fundraiser. To raise the money, the students sold paper puzzle pieces that they made and bubbles between Feb. 28 and March 10.

  • Last weekend, the Queens College women's soccer and lacrosse teams joined the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation at the Al Oerter Recreation Center in Flushing, N.Y., to celebrate their annual "She's On Point" event.

  • Stony Brook softball alumni will host a fundraising dinner in support of Danni Kemp, who was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer following her debut season with the Seawolves. The event will be held on Saturday, March 25, following the first day of the Stony Brook Invitational. It will run from 5-8 p.m.

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