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West Genesee modified sports programs say, "Thank you" to the community

The Camillus Middle School girls soccer team was one of many modified sports programs at the Sept. 9 varsity football game against Corcoran to say, "thank you."

The Camillus Middle School girls soccer team was one of many modified sports programs at the Sept. 9 varsity football game against Corcoran to say, "thank you." Photo by Christina Alexander.

— “Their efforts were extraordinary,” Brown said, “especially considering the timeframe.  In about five weeks they were collectively able to raise $75,000 with the understanding that this will need to continue for an undetermined period of time.  I was most pleased because they followed all laws, regulations, and policies and have created a template that can be used moving forward which proves to me that their efforts were anything but self serving.”

On Friday, Sept. 9, more than 500 West Genesee modified student-athletes participate in a victor lap at halftime of the varsity football against Corcoran. Coaches and players expressed their gratitude and said thank you to the parents and community that made this possible for this year’s academic school year.

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