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Middie Boys Cross Country Team 2016 SW Ohio Regional Qualifiers. First time sine 2009!
Middletown High School girls’ volleyball team hosted their first Volley for the Cure game at the Wade E. Miller Gym. Volley for the Cure was started in 2006 to bring awareness about breast cancer and is designed as both an awareness and a fundraising event. Each student athlete sold Volley for the Cure T-shirts and ribbons. Students also gave out ribbons and had a moment of silence before the varsity game to honor those battling breast cancer and in memory of those who have lost their battle with breast cancer. A great heartfelt tribute. Students are given many opportunities to participate in charitable events and activities. One Middletown High School Senior and Kicker of the football team, Cole Smith, has donated each point he scores this season to the Kicking Hunger campaign sponsored by City Gospel Mission in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Kicking Hunger program was started in 2012 and gives students the opportunity to raise funds for those less fortunate and combat poverty. Since its inception Kicking Hunger has raised nearly $16,000 in three years. That’s enough to provide a meal and care for more than 8,300 people. By the way, Cole has “committed” to the University of Cincinnati football team.
Published on Nov 18, 2016
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