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Abington Heights High School Scores with Red Card Cancer

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Abington Heights High School Boys Soccer Team in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania continued their support of Red Card Cancer raising $4,000 for the cause.  Under the coaching of Steve Klingman, Abington Heights High School has separated themselves in supporting Red Card Cancer and carrying the message to the community that, “Together We Can Make a Difference.

Learn more about how you can give cancer a Red Card.

For additional information, please contact Michael Hibler (hibler@jhmi.edu).

 

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