Starpoint Middle School Raises $4,100 for Golisano Medical Oncology Center
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Written by Patrick Bradley

October 6, 2020

From left, Starpoint Middle School student Connor Church, Principal Dr. Corey Gray, student Sienna Budz, school counselor Kelly Preisch and counselor Andrea Bove present a check for $4,100 on behalf of their school to Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center President & CEO Joseph A. Ruffolo. The check represents proceeds from the school’s Crush Cancer event, held earlier this year. The donation will support the Golisano Medical Oncology Center, which opened in July at Memorial and is a member site within the Roswell Park Care Network.

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