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The Paul VI High School girls’ soccer team recently united with competitors from Eastern, Lenape and Seneca girls soccer teams to help raise awareness and funds for the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society. In a two-game tournament, each team’s players sported special jerseys with the signature cancer awareness color, pink. Admission fees to the event were waived in favor of voluntary donations from spectators, and proceeds from the concession stand and a 50/50 raffle helped raise more than $1,000 for the benefit. This year’s event was held at Curry Stadium at Paul VI; the participating teams have agreed to alternate in hosting the tournatment for this worthwhile cause.

Cape Trinity Catholic students recently had a dress down day in support of Breast Cancer. Students could wear pink or Phillies red or Eagles green. More than $500 was raised and will be forwarded to South Jersey Breast Cancer Coalition.

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