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“My Life Has Always Been Painfully Average” By Dallis Vargas
Research   has   shown   that   women who   have   2   to   5   alcoholic   drinks daily   have   a   higher   risk   of   breast cancer   than   women   who   drink   only 1 drink a day or not at all.
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Coach Sal’s Recreational Coed Flag Football League of South Plainfield
Coach Sal’s Recreation Coed Flag Football League of South Plainfield will be partnering with the Pink SOCS Foundation ‘Sisters of Cancer Survivors’ to help raise funds and support the Pink SOCS mission.  The League will be hosting flag football games at the PAL on the turf field from 5-10pm on Saturday, October 9, 2021. The league consists of players from ages 5- 14 years old and they are broken into four divisions (K-1-2, 3/4th, 5/6th, & 7-9th grade).  The league plays every Sunday; however, on Saturday, October 9th the players, coaches, parents and volunteers will support Breast Cancer Awareness and the Pink SOCS Foundation to raise money to assist families in South Plainfield, who are in need of financial support.  The Pink SOCS Foundation’s mission is to improve the lives of families in our community that have been affected by breast cancer.  Together, we will raise money by hosting a flag football charity function and directly donate these funds to South Plainfield families in need.  If players would like to sign up for this        event or assist in sponsorship, please contact:                            Craig Salvatore at 732-832-6279.
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What is breast cancer? Breast cancer is a malignant tumor that starts in the cells of the breast. A malignant tumor is a group of cancer cells that can grow into (invade) surrounding tissues or spread (metastasize) to distant areas of the body. The disease occurs almost entirely in women, but men can get it, too.
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