Held recently at the Richard J. Benjamin Memorial Soccer Complex in Oswego, the tournament raised a total of $3,800 for the American Cancer Society.
“As a member of the healthcare community we are happy to support events that focus on health issues. I’m sure we all know someone whose life has been touched by cancer. The Kick It to Cancer Soccer Tournament is a great way to involve our youth and bring our community together for such a worthy cause as raising money for the American Cancer Society and helping to fight this deadly disease,” said Murabito.
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