DC Hyundai sponsors Coaches vs. Cancer

SUBMITTED PHOTO Dickson City Hyundai sponsored a 3-point and foul shot challenge for the Valley View boys and girls varsity basketball teams during Valley View’s Coaches vs. Cancer basketball games. For every 3-point shot Valley View made during the Coaches vs. Cancer game, Dickson City Hyundai donated $30, and $10 for every foul shot made. Valley View was presented with a check for $460. Dickson City Hyundai donated $960 from the American Cancer Society Coaches vs. Cancer event. From left: Jackie Brown, physical education teacher; Vinny Santos, sales specialist with Dickson City Hyundai; Chris Killiany, athletic director; Connor Kelley, CvC student ambassador; Chris Mendicino, principal; Mia Rudalavage, CvC student ambassador; Dr. Michael Boccella, superintendent; Taylor Seprosky, CvC student ambassador; Larry Pegula, assistant principal; Carlos Roedan, general manager of Dickson City Hyundai; and Rich Ellis, sales manager of Dickson City Hyundai.

Dickson City Hyundai sponsored a 3-point and foul shot challenge for the Valley View boys and girls varsity basketball teams during Valley View's Coaches vs. Cancer basketball games. For every 3-point shot Valley View made during the Coaches vs. Cancer game, Dickson City Hyundai donated $30, and $10 for every foul shot made. Valley View was presented with a check for $460. Dickson City Hyundai donated $960 from the American Cancer Society Coaches vs. Cancer event. From left: Jackie Brown, physical education teacher; Vinny Santos, sales specialist with Dickson City Hyundai; Chris Killiany, athletic director; Connor Kelley, CvC student ambassador; Chris Mendicino, Principal; Mia Rudalavage, CvC student ambassador; Dr. Michael Boccella, superintendent; Taylor Seprosky, CvC student ambassador; Larry Pegula, assistant principal; Carlos Roedan, general manager of Dickson City Hyundai; and Rich Ellis, sales manager of Dickson City Hyundai.

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