(GREENVILLE, IL) – HSHS Holy Family Hospital raised $886.00 in proceeds from the 7th Annual Pink Bowl, an annual football game between the Greenville Comets and Vandalia Vandals. This year, the funds raised from the t-shirt sales, were donated to the Lemuel Rhodes Cancer Foundation.
For the last seven years, Holy Family has sold Pink Bowl themed t-shirts to hospital colleagues, high school students and community members prior and during the game. They have also provided pink armbands to the football players, t-shirts to the cheerleaders and donated pink mini frisbees to be thrown out during half time to raise awareness for breast cancer.
“It really is a fun event we look forward to each year, and we are happy to be able to donate the proceeds to a local foundation, said Angie Tovar, executive assistant to the president and CEO at HSHS Holy Family.
Photo Caption:
HSHS Holy Family presented the donation of $886.00 to members of the Lemuel Rhodes Foundation on the Greenville Comets’ football field where the Pink Bowl took place. Pictured are (left to right) Jason Clay, athletic director at Vandalia Community High School, Carol Dodson, chief nursing officer at HSHS Holy Family Hospital, Jerry Graber, treasurer for Lemuel Rhodes Cancer Foundation, Jane Wilhite with Lemuel Rhodes Cancer Foundation, Shannon Tesio, director of finance, at HSHS Holy Family Hospital, Bart Caldieraro, board member for HSHS Holy Family, chairman at Lemuel Rhodes and Greenville Comets’ football coach, and Joe Alstat, athletic director at Greenville High School. 

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