Whitesboro High School Girls Lacrosse Team Raises $358 for The Regional Cancer Center at Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare

The Whitesboro High School varsity girls lacrosse team presents a check for $358 to The Regional Cancer Center at Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare. Holding the check in the front row from left to right are Sydney Scaccia, Rachel Sergott, Devin Gallimo, Bianca Gotte and Erika Stalder. In the back row from left to right are Alexis Nassar, Mary Stuhlman, Taylor Kopcza, Caroline Wiley, Alison James, Nicole Jones, Taylor Raga, Kim Raga, Amy Liotta from the Cancer Center, Cassy Raynor, Steevy Matt, Mariah Scalzo and Marleigh Scialdone.
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Release Date: 
Jul 8, 2014

In June, the Whitesboro High School varsity girls lacrosse team presented a check for $358 to The Regional Cancer Center at Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare (FSLH). The team raised money to benefit local patients and their families receiving care at FSLH through its annual “Shooting for the Cure” lacrosse game where donations were collected at the door. The team also raffled off gift baskets at the event.

“We are extremely grateful to the Whitesboro High School girls lacrosse team for making this donation to the Cancer Center,” said Nancy Borden, MBA, RT (T), executive director of The Regional Cancer Center. “Our patients and their families will benefit greatly from the generosity of these young women.”

The FSLH Foundation raises funds throughout the year to benefit programs and services at FSLH. If you are interested in learning how you can make a difference, call the Foundation at 315.624.5600 or visit www.faxtonstlukes.com/foundation.