The concert will be held this Saturday (March 31) at the Newton Cultural Center.
Thanks to a driven Newton North High School student, this weekend's 'A Cappella for a Cure' concert will raise funds to benefit the American Cancer Society for the third year in a row. Taking place on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Newton Cultural Center, the concert will feature performances by a cappella groups from Newton North and Newton South, plus one college group from Brandeis University. Selling out for the past two years, A Cappella for a Cure has raised over $5,000 each year, with 100 percent of the money going to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. “We hope to do the same this year,” said the event’s creator and organizer, Newton North senior Emily Paley. Paley, who will also MC the show, came up with the idea for A …
The Lions took on Lincoln-Sudbury with proceeds going to the American Cancer Society.
Monday, February 6, 2012
The Lincoln-Sudbury girls' basketball team, in teaming up with the American Cancer Society, hosted a Coaches vs. Cancer Awareness game Friday night against Newton South. Through head basketball coach Liza Feldman's work with the Coaches vs. Cancer program, the Warriors chose to dedicate the home game that benefitted the American Cancer Society. The players honored all of their loved ones who have been affected by cancer by wearing pink and purple. Fans were encouraged to wear pink or purple. The Lincoln-Sudbury players are in the process of building a Wall of Hope, which commemorates those whom died and all who are survivors of cancer. Wall of Hope cards were available at the game for a $1 donation and were added to the wall. All …