Mother Seton Students Have “Heart”

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CLARK — Students at Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark recently participated in the fourth annual “Hoops for Heart” event. A total of $759.25 in donations was raised for the American Heart Association.

Students from all grade levels participated in fun physical events. These included the blindfold basketball hoop shot, the backwards basketball shot, the half court basketball shot and team scooter basketball. The program at Mother Seton was under the direction of Jennifer Korneski, a member of the physical and health education department at the school.

Heather Lopardo, regional director for Hoops for Heart” attended the event and thanked the students for their participation.

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Pictured above with students from Mother Seton Regional High School are (bottom row left) Jennifer Korneski, physical and health education teacher and (bottom row right) Heather Lopardo, regional director for Hoops for Heart (Photo by Joan Barron/Mother Seton RHS)


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