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Lax4Lunches Benefits Community Lunch

While it will be Denver, Loyola, Ohio State and Fairfield on Boswell Field come May 2 in the semifinals of the ECAC Lacrosse League Tournament, the Hobart Statesmen will be a key participant as well with the team’s Lax4Lunches initiative.

In appreciation for the HWS community’s support throughout the year, Hobart Athletics is extending free admission (with a valid HWS ID) for the three ECAC tournament games to all members of the HWS community, students, staff and faculty.

The Hobart Lacrosse Team requests that all HWS Community members make a donation to Geneva’s Community Lunch Program as they enter Boswell Field, a minimum donation of $1 is encouraged. The team will also be collecting donations from fans during the tournament. All donations will go to the Community Lunch Program.

Every summer the demand at the Community Lunch Program skyrockets as many children are out of school and turn to the CLP daily for their midday meal. The Statesmen lacrosse team created Lax4Lunches to help keep the pantry adequately stocked this summer for Geneva’s kids.

Join the Statesmen Stickmen in making a great assist!

About the ECAC Lacrosse League Tournament

The semifinals of the ECAC Lacrosse League Tournament are scheduled for Thursday, May 2 at Boswell Field. Top-seeded Denver will square off with No. 4 seed Fairfield at 5 p.m. The second semifinal will feature No. 2 seeded Loyola and No. 3 Ohio State at 8 p.m. The winners will meet in the conference championship game at 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 4 on Boswell Field.

All three games will be televised by FOX Sports Networks.

About the Geneva Community Lunch Program

The Geneva Community Lunch Program is sponsored by the Geneva Interfaith Council and is administered by the Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes. It is staffed by community volunteers. The program provides a free, hot meal to anyone in need, Monday through Friday, beginning at 11:45 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church on S. Main St. in Geneva.