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Port Huron Northern Soccer Team Benefits Mercy Pink Ribbon Fund
PORT HURON NORTHERN SOCCER TEAM BENEFITS MERCY PINK RIBBON FUND
Port Huron, MI... As the Port Huron Northern Soccer Team took on cross-town rivals Port Huron High in mid-October, the team also took on another task, raising funds to support the Mercy Pink Ribbon Fund during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In addition to selling pink ribbons at the rivalry game, the team coordinated a bottle/can drive fundraiser. The Mercy Pink Ribbon Fund, which originated at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital more than 15 years ago, is designated for women in need of advanced breast cancer diagnosis, who have no insurance or financial resources to pay for their care.
(Pictured below) Presenting a check in the amount of $777 to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital President & CEO Rebekah Smith, RN, are team members and leadership: back row (left to right): Steven Fegan, J.R. Cuthbertson, Clark Ayotte, Nelson McVety, Austen Thompson, Connor Lukas and Tim Wight; middle row (left to right): Matt Fox, Robert Leal, Jake Prevost, Lucas Oppliger and Riley Paulus; front row (left to right): Paul Karasiewicz, David Brown, Matt Morris, Eric Land, Josh Karasiewicz and Varsity Coach Bryan Becker; not pictured: Ryan Berra, Kyle Truscott, Justise Packer, T.J. Ruedisueli, Steven Dolinski and Jacomb Gaddis.
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St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron. A member of the Saint Joseph Mercy Health System.