‘Light Up the Night’

‘Light Up the Night’
Irish Field Hockey continues their 2016 season community outreach with their support of 4-year-old Luke Martine, a Cherry Hill resident who is battling Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS). Christine Johns, a team mom, is one of Luke’s nurses and her daughters, Irish field hockey players Rebecca and Kate, are babysitters for Luke. Luke is one of only 1,200 cases worldwide of Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS), a central nervous system disorder. The “Light Up the Night” field hockey game vs. Ocean City on Oct. 20 at Camden Catholic High School was also a fundraiser and awareness-raising event for the CCHS foundation in support of the Martine family, with Light Up the Night shirts, glow sticks and refreshment stand proceeds benefiting the CCHS Foundation.

Irish Field Hockey continues their 2016 season community outreach with their support of 4-year-old Luke Martine, a Cherry Hill resident who is battling Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS). Christine Johns, a team mom, is one of Luke’s nurses and her daughters, Irish field hockey players Rebecca and Kate, are babysitters for Luke. Luke is one of only 1,200 cases worldwide of Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS), a central nervous system disorder. The “Light Up the Night” field hockey game vs. Ocean City on Oct. 20 at Camden Catholic High School was also a fundraiser and awareness-raising event for the CCHS foundation in support of the Martine family, with Light Up the Night shirts, glow sticks and refreshment stand proceeds benefiting the CCHS Foundation.

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