Thunder and Titans combine to raise $7,000 for breast cancer research

News Oct 02, 2009 Ancaster News

The Ancaster Thunder U13 and Ancaster Titans U15 girls competitive soccer teams, friends and families participated in the second annual BRIGHT Run on the Rail Trail at Dundas Valley Conser va t i o n . They raised more than $7,000 to support leading-edge breast cancer research at the Juravinski Cancer Centre.

The run has been adopted by the Ancaster Soccer Club’s (ASC) competitive girls program to give back to the community.

The fundraiser is a competitive event between the teams with the ASC Competitive Girls Soccer – BRIGHT Run Challenge perpetual trophy awarded to the team that raises the most money. This year’s winner was the U13 girls Thunder coached by Donna Stampone, who raised $4,905.

Thunder and Titans combine to raise $7,000 for breast cancer research

News Oct 02, 2009 Ancaster News

The Ancaster Thunder U13 and Ancaster Titans U15 girls competitive soccer teams, friends and families participated in the second annual BRIGHT Run on the Rail Trail at Dundas Valley Conser va t i o n . They raised more than $7,000 to support leading-edge breast cancer research at the Juravinski Cancer Centre.

The run has been adopted by the Ancaster Soccer Club’s (ASC) competitive girls program to give back to the community.

The fundraiser is a competitive event between the teams with the ASC Competitive Girls Soccer – BRIGHT Run Challenge perpetual trophy awarded to the team that raises the most money. This year’s winner was the U13 girls Thunder coached by Donna Stampone, who raised $4,905.

Thunder and Titans combine to raise $7,000 for breast cancer research

News Oct 02, 2009 Ancaster News

The Ancaster Thunder U13 and Ancaster Titans U15 girls competitive soccer teams, friends and families participated in the second annual BRIGHT Run on the Rail Trail at Dundas Valley Conser va t i o n . They raised more than $7,000 to support leading-edge breast cancer research at the Juravinski Cancer Centre.

The run has been adopted by the Ancaster Soccer Club’s (ASC) competitive girls program to give back to the community.

The fundraiser is a competitive event between the teams with the ASC Competitive Girls Soccer – BRIGHT Run Challenge perpetual trophy awarded to the team that raises the most money. This year’s winner was the U13 girls Thunder coached by Donna Stampone, who raised $4,905.