Team Ronan Recovery fundraiser

Bill Leversee, Ashley Walters, Jen Johns

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The Team Ronan Recovery Fund held a fundraising party Nov. 3 at the home of Rick and Mary Reeder. Team Ronan supports Ronan Nelson, a Cathedral Catholic student-athlete who broke his neck and incurred spinal cord injuries playing rugby earlier this year. The event featured a catered BBQ lunch, entertainment, raffle and live auction.

Photos/McKenzie Images

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  3. Rugby challenge aids Cathedral Catholic student
  4. Golf event supports those suffering from spinal cord injuries
  5. World’s largest scrum to be held at Cathedral Catholic June 9 to benefit injured player

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