Release Date: June 14, 2013
FAIRMONT, W.Va. – The Fairmont community helped the Fairmont Senior Girls Lacrosse Team raise $1,300 this year for cancer awareness.
Country Roads Physical Therapy contributed to the great cause by making a donation, as well as purchasing LAX FOR THE CURE t-shirts for staff members at the East and West Fairmont Clinics.
A check for $1,300 was presented last week to Ryann Moore, American Cancer Society representative. On hand for the presentation was Senior head coach Jon Cain, several members of The Polar Bears, as well as Country Roads co-owners Mike Barkley and Derek Falkenstein.
“We were very happy to help Coach Cain and his team raise money and awareness for cancer,” Falkenstein said. “We look forward to being involved again next year.”
“I’m so proud of these girls who have raised a total of $2,700 for the American Cancer Society over the last two years,” Cain said.
The Polar Bears are committed to making a difference both on and off the field. For more information on how to get involved next year during the Third Annual Lacrosse Against Cancer game, contact Coach Cain at [email protected].
All of the certified licensed physical therapists at Country Roads Physical Therapy are committed to providing the highest quality of care, with a hometown friendly service. Country Roads has four locations: East Fairmont, West Fairmont, Buckhannon, and Wheeling. For more information, please visit www.CountryRoadsPT.com or follow on Facebook and Twitter.