The annual Powder Puff football game proved to be a success once again generating much-needed funds and food items for local food banks. The event was organized by Mr. Tom Donlan and the Varsity Club and proved to be a fun-filled day for all involved! Thank you to all who particpated and/or who donated to this worthy cause.
 
 
 
Pictured are members of the Senior and Junior Powderpuff squads. For more photos captured by Larry Deklinski of the News-Item please click here. If you're keeping score, the Sophomores defeated the Freshmen 7-0 and the Juniors registered a 14-0 victory over the Seniors. 
 
The game generated a truck load of food items (and an equal amount of fun) as evidenced below! 

 

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