Norwin to host cancer fundraiser in memory of ex-Kiski coach
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Norwin played Kiski Area two years ago during the latter's “Jam the Gym” girls volleyball fundraiser. Now Norwin is returning the hospitality.
Norwin will host Kiski Area on Tuesday night, but the match will be part of “A Knight for Kiski,” a similar event that will raise money for the Jaime Vick Moran Scholarship Fund.
A former Kiski Area assistant coach, Vick Moran died last year from complications following treatment for leukemia.
Recently retired Kiski Area head coach Ellen Toy is battling gastric cancer for the second time and raising cancer awareness with her husband, Tim, and a large group of supporters.
Norwin has several prize-drawings and a Chinese auction lined up for Tuesday.
Kiski Area had its fourth annual “Jam the Gym” earlier this month.
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