Benefit Basketball Game for Ronald McDonald House Highly Successful

Holley hosted the benefit basketball game for Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) of Rochester, NY on March 12. Holley faculty and staff played against local law enforcement members; many of these officers are alumni of Holley. The Holley team won, 62-32. Overall, the game generated $4,444 that will be donated to RMHC. 

Thanks to those who played on the Holley team, made baskets for the raffle, bought endless amounts of tickets, or just came out to enjoy the game. We could not have done it without you!
— Penny Cole, organizer

 “Thanks to those who played on the Holley team, made baskets for the raffle, bought endless amounts of tickets, or just came out to enjoy the game,” said organizer Penny Cole. “We could not have done it without you!”

 At half-time, Penny was awarded the McDonald’s Community Service Award for her ongoing support of RMHC.

 Please congratulate the members of the Holley team on their win: Coach Wil Prince, Tim Artessa, Jen Boerner, Jason Cole, Mike Crissman, Jeff Cumpston, Nick D'Amuro, Andrew Grillo, Sheena Hamiter, Emily Harms, Matt Hennard, Jason Kinem (student teacher), Brooke Sherburne (student teacher), Bill Silpoch and Mark Thomas. It wouldn't have been possible without them!