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NEW YORK: Late-Night Soccer to Promote AIDS Awareness




 

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (02.02.12) - Friday,

Grassroot Rochester, a University of Rochester student organization that works to encourage and create opportunities for the underserved youths of Monroe County, is hosting a late-night soccer event to raise AIDS awareness. The YellowJacket Cup, a three-on-three tournament, will begin at 11 p.m. Friday night and run though approximately 3 a.m. Saturday at Brighton Sports Zone. Grassroot Rochester works with the River Flow Soccer Club to provide positive role models for youths toward the goals of promoting equal access to health and education and creating an HIV-free generation. Admission is free for spectators.



 


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