SportsCare, Jackson Teams Fight Cancer

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Southeast SportsCare partnered with the Jackson High School fall sports teams to create "Champions Against Cancer Week," which was held Sept. 26 -- 30, to raise money for the fight against cancer and help fund the school's fall sports programs. Nearly $3,500 was raised from the sale of "Champions Against Cancer" t-shirts and other fundraisers. Of that amount, more than $1,300 has been donated to the Southeast Cancer Center. Jackson High School coaches and Southeast SportsCare recently presented the check to the SoutheastHEALTH Foundation as student athletes and SportsCare staff looked on. Front row from left: Kristen Daniel, SportsCare program manager; Mary Burton-Hitt, Foundation executive director; John Martin, Jackson High School assistant principal and athletic director; Linda Adams, tennis coach; Maile Gannon, volleyball coach; Amanda Forester, softball coach; and Zack Walton, soccer coach.

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