Number of Participants: 85
Hours Donated: 6
Value of Time Served: $4,310
Event Amount Raised: $600
Event Type: Health & Medicine
School: Livingston Manor High School
Date: January 30, 2024
Livingston Manor Central School
School Street, Livingston Manor
Last night, January 30th, 2024, Livingston Manor and Roscoe Girls JV/Varsity Basketball and Varsity Girls Cheerleading hosted their annual pink out cancer awareness contests. This was a joint effort with Tri-Valley CSD and their program.
The group with the help of some local volunteers was able to bring in over $600 in donations to support a Sullivan County volunteer organization called “Ride 2 Survive.”
Ride 2 Survive aides area residents with transportation expenses to and from treatment/appointments.
” We thank the volunteers, the athletes, and the communities for all of their support in this wonderful night to support a great cause locally. Big Shout out to the Roscoe-Rockland Ladies Auxiliary for providing pink socks for all of the LMCS & RCS athletes to wear!!
— David Eggleton Livingston Manor and Roscoe Central Schools Director of Physical Education/Health Education, Wellness, and Athletics
“What an incredible contribution to Ride 2 Survive that will go a long way in helping those in our community! A huge THANK YOU to everyone… thank you to Laurie Allen Keuhn for all of her incredible effort in making this happen year after year along with all other individuals involved, this is just an awesome amount that will help so many! ” — Michele Hemmer Livingston Manor CSD Elementary Teacher
“Shout out to the Coach Ahart Foundation for their generous donation.” — Jackie France Roscoe Central School Retired