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Proceeds from RHHS volleyball match to benefit children’s clinic
RHHS Wildcats

If you come out and root for the Richmond Hill High School volleyball team on Tuesday, Aug. 21, you’ll have the added benefit of helping in the fight against diabetes.

It will be on that date, during the team’s matches against Habersham at 5 p.m., and Savannah Arts Academy at 7 p.m., that a silent auction and T-shirt sale will be offered, with proceeds benefitting the Nemours Children’s Clinic in Jacksonville.

The clinic has a special place in the hearts of the players, as two team members have type 1 diabetes, organizers of the event said.

The event is being called “Dig for a cure” and will be held in the school’s gym. T-shirts will be on sale for $15 and fans of the Wildcat team can bid on “fun themed baskets.”

Regular admission prices to the games apply.

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