WC soccer supports cancer patients


From left are Wilmington College Soccer team members Riley Allison, Lexi Grice and Cierra Kolar, and CPAP Committee Members Louanne Blumberg, Jane Vandervort and Marilyn Rollwage.

From left are Wilmington College Soccer team members Riley Allison, Lexi Grice and Cierra Kolar, and CPAP Committee Members Louanne Blumberg, Jane Vandervort and Marilyn Rollwage.


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WILMINGTON — The Wilmington College women’s soccer team held a fundraiser for the Cancer Patient Assistance Program (CPAP) during October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The team held bake sales and sold t-shirts to raise $1,000 for CPAP, which serves local patients. They brought awareness to the cause by wearing special t-shirts and headbands.

The Cancer Patient Assistance Program provides limited and emergency financial assistance to patients in our community with a cancer diagnosis. CPAP is administered by The Health Alliance of Clinton County. For more information, please visit healthallianceclinton.org or on Facebook at “The Health Alliance of Clinton County.”

From left are Wilmington College Soccer team members Riley Allison, Lexi Grice and Cierra Kolar, and CPAP Committee Members Louanne Blumberg, Jane Vandervort and Marilyn Rollwage.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/01/web1_IMG_6062.jpgFrom left are Wilmington College Soccer team members Riley Allison, Lexi Grice and Cierra Kolar, and CPAP Committee Members Louanne Blumberg, Jane Vandervort and Marilyn Rollwage. Courtesy photo