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Minor AAA Petes Participate in 100 Kids Care Event at PRHC
Submitted By PMHC on Tuesday, December 17, 2019
The Novice and Major Bantam AAA Petes were part of a 100+ group of kids who participated in the 100 Kids Care Event at PRHC Sunday morning, helping to raise over $4000 for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit there. This event was organized by the PRHC Mombassadors, whose work helps the PRHC Foundation serve their tiniest patients. Well done, boys!

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