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Monroe College Donates 5K Proceeds To Boys And Girls Club Of New Rochelle

Accepting on behalf of the Boys and Girls Club of New Rochelle is Lutonya Russell-Humes, its newly appointed executive director. She is flanked by Mark Goodman, who organizes the annual event for Monroe College and "Lady MAC"
Accepting on behalf of the Boys and Girls Club of New Rochelle is Lutonya Russell-Humes, its newly appointed executive director. She is flanked by Mark Goodman, who organizes the annual event for Monroe College and "Lady MAC" Photo Credit: Contributed
Mr. Goodman and Ms. Russell-Humes are joined by representatives of the many college groups that collaborate to make the Monroe Miles event a success, including students and members of the alumni relations, athletics, and student services teams.
Mr. Goodman and Ms. Russell-Humes are joined by representatives of the many college groups that collaborate to make the Monroe Miles event a success, including students and members of the alumni relations, athletics, and student services teams. Photo Credit: Contributed

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – With the holiday season upon us, Monroe College spread the gift of giving this week, donating the proceeds from the recent “Monroe Miles” 5K charity run to the Boys and Girls Club of New Rochelle.

On Monday afternoon, Monroe students, faculty members, local officials and “Lady Mac” – the school’s mascot – presented newly appointed Boys and Girls Club Executive Director Lutonya Russel-Humes with a check for $1,500, which will benefit the organization’s various community programs.

This is the fourth year that the college has raised money for local charitable organizations through the “Monroe Miles” event in advance of Thanksgiving and the holiday season. The race kicks off at Syndicate Hall, concluding with an awards ceremony at Gaddy Hall on Main Street.

Monroe College President Stephen Jerome noted that he was proud that his school was helping to benefit one of New Rochelle’s oldest, most revered organizations, which has been around for nearly a century.

“We’re honored to host this year’s Monroe Miles in support of the Boys and Girls Club of New Rochelle, which has done so much to help the children and teens of New Rochelle over the last 85 years.”

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