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  • Photo Caption: In doing their part to give back to the community, the Hampton Bays High School Leo Club donated more than $600 to the Retreat of East Hampton on May 22. The students raised the money as part of a “Sweatin’ for Cash” fundraiser in which they garnered sponsors to spin at MARVILfit in Hampton Bays.

  • Photo Caption: The Connetquot Central School District recently celebrated its first Relay for Life event, bringing together district staff, students and community members to rally together and raise funds for cancer research.

  • Briarcliff High School’s softball team has dedicated two games during the spring season to raising awareness about pediatric cancer. The team partnered with non-profit Go4theGoal, an organization dedicated to helping kids with cancer achieve their goals.

  • The MacArthur High School girls tennis team was named Long Island High School Team of the Year during the 27th annual United States Tennis Association Long Island Region awards dinner, held at Chateau Briand Caterers in Carle Place on May 3.

  • Elwood-John H. Glenn High School students in the Habitat for Humanity Club have helped the community this year by raising over $4,000 to donate to Habitat for Humanity.

  • Although the girls are preparing for post season competition, the Hicksville varsity gymnastics team took time out of practice to participate in "Cartwheel for a Cure" , a fundraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

  • Massapequa High School hosted its Hoops for Hope fundraiser on May 5, raising approximately $2,900 in memory of a former Massapequa student. The money will go toward the Jacob Brice Memorial Scholarship fund, which presents financial awards to graduating seniors each year.

  • To student-athletes at the George Washington University, community service isn’t just a thing to do. Rather, it’s a way of life.

  • RIVERDALE, NY – Manhattan College student-athletes finished the 2016-17 academic year ranked eighth among all Division I programs in community service, as determined by the number of hours submitted in the NCAA’s Helper Helper app.

  • Student-athletes at Nyack College earned an 11th place finish in the 2017 NCAA® Team Works™ | Helper Helper Community Service Competition for their community outreach efforts.

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