Blankets for Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital

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Reese Lombardi U12 Orange
Sammie O’Brien U12 Orange

Blankets-for-Lucille-Packard-Children-HospitalFor our RAGE community service project we got together and made 20 tie blankets to give to the kids at Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital. We bought the material and made all the blankets to give to the kids. We decided to do this so we can put a smile on the kids faces. It is not fun to be in a hospital so if ...

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2015 Executive Committee Election Results

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1-08-2015 Notice to the Membership:
On January 7, 2015, at the RAGE Board of Directors meeting, the following candidates were elected by unanimous vote as officers of the Club:
President: Brian Damiani
Competitive Vice President: Steve Moura
Recreational Vice President: Mike Stewart
Secretary: Jim Nicholas
Treasurer: Ross Stonesifer
Their duties are effective immediately, and they will serve for a one year term.
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Taylor Metz and Allie Defazio

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Taylor Metz and Allie DefazioThis leadership project was done by Taylor Metz and Allie Defazio. For our project we decided to raise money to donate to The American Brain Tumor Association. We chose to donate to this cause because we can relate to it. Our former assistant coach, Ashley Cingly, passed away from a brain tumor about 2 years ago. When we found out we had to do ...

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U12 Orange

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u12Orange1My name is Sydney Walsh and I play for the U12 Orange team. For my community service project, my family and I helped the organization Turning Wheels for Kids make bikes for underprivileged kids for Christmas. Turning Wheels for Kids provides children with brand new bikes to encourage life long habits of exercise and outdoor activity.

 

u12orange2My family and I went to the ...

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U11 Orange

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Rage-U11-OrangeMy name is Evette Allari, and I am on the Rage U11 Orange team. When I found out I had to do a community service project, I knew exactly what to do. I wanted to do a book drive because I love to read.

For my first step, I had to find a local organization that could use children books. I contacted the owner of Towne Center Books, our local ...

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