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Knighthawks Fundraiser April 2018
What an opportunity! Support the Geneseo Parish Outreach Center by taking in a fast-paced, exciting game of indoor box lacrosse on April 21st. The Rochester Knighthawks of the professional National Lacrosse League are partnering with GPOC to provide this fundraising opportunity.
For every ticket purchased on line at
$5.00 will go to GPOC. Please come out and join us for a fun-filled evening while supporting the Center’s efforts to provide health care to those in need.
The game against the New England Black Wolves begins at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 21, 2018 at the Rochester Blue Cross Arena. For those unfamiliar with the sport of indoor box lacrosse, it is played in an arena like ice hockey but on turf, not ice, and has much more scoring. Its rules and equipment are somewhat similar to the more common field lacrosse played at many local high schools and colleges. The game has ancient roots in North America. The indigenous people of what is now eastern Canada and the northeastern United States developed the precursor of modern lacrosse about 1000 years ago. Many different native tribes have played variations of the sport up to modern times. Today, the Iroquois Nationals represent the Iroquois Confederacy in international lacrosse competition.

Thank you to all walkers and sponsors.
We made over $2700, and more money is coming in.

Below is the list of winners.
Nita got the team prize.
Ruth Briggs - $25 Yard of Ale
Nita Hawkins - $30 Dunkin Donuts
Sandy Bradt - Pottery

Al the Artist was busy on Friday and Saturday at the Rotary Summer Festival creating caricatures on posters to the delight of both young and old while he entertained them with his gift of gab.
He worked for free but welcomed donations, all of which was given to the Geneseo Parish Center to help support its clients.
Over $300 was received for his drawing of some 88 caricatures.

Pictured are Al the artist, Pat Gardner, and one of the volunteers, Chad Putnam

Volunteers from the Center handed out brochures and toothbrushes and answered questions about the Center.

Pat Gardner sold raffle tickets for three quilted wall hangings.
This raffle will benefit the GPOC as well.
Fun was had by all!

Silent Auction Link

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