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Club members support Kent’s run, raise awareness for leukemia and lymphoma

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Published on July 16, 2014 with No Comments

Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County – South Haven Unit’s Keystone and Torch club members recently helped to raise funding for cancer research and awareness of leukemia and lymphoma.

Torch and Keystone members Brianna Cox, Hailey Childers, Ashley Cytlak, Chloe Davis, Zach Cytlak, Tyler Goodman, Cameron Taylor and Rebecca Piatek served as event volunteers at Kent’s Run that started at Boone Grove Middle School.

“Volunteer spirit is what makes Kent’s Run so successful and the members from Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County were excellent volunteers assisting our event’s runner services and parking.  Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County helps us to raise approximately $40,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society,” said Race Director Reggie Flesvig.

For their participation, each club member received a Kent’s Run T-shirt and event breakfast. For more information, call 219-464-7282 or visit www.bgcpoco.org.

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Pictured from left are Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County South Haven Club members Brianna Cox, Hailey Childers, Ashley Cytlak, Chloe Davis, Zach Cytlak, Tyler Goodman, Cameron Taylor and Rebecca Piatek.

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