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Warwick PAL Football Takes Golden Opportunity to Fight Children’s Cancer

Warwick, RI – Gold socks, gold viking helmets and gold bows were on display Sunday at Tollgate High School during the “Going Gold” fundraiser benefitting the Tomorrow Fund for pediatric cancer research that included a special day for a young lady.

Warwick PAL football, players and cheerleaders and parents, included a 50/50 raffle, and a prize for the most creative display of gold, and a visit from the Colors for a Cause gold firetruck, which visits events throughout the state raising awareness for children’s cancer.

The team and cheerleaders also made a special effort to welcome Anna Kitala, their cheerleader for a day, sporting her own gold bow as she participated with Warwick PAL cheerleaders.

Near the end of the day, the team presented Anna with a bouquet of flowers. “They’re pretty,” she said.

That wasn’t all in store for Anna. Parents also presented her with a framed photo signed by Warwick PAL kids.

“You’re doing a really good job,” one of the girls told her.

Rob Borkowski
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