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Rochester Business Journal
August 17, 2012

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Monroe Community Hospital Foundation

July 2: The Monroe Community Hospital Foundation held its 11th annual Independence Cup Charity Golf Tournament at Irondequoit Country Club. The event raised $48,000 to support Project Independence, which helps provide specialized adaptive equipment to promote independence for residents.

Trinity Montessori School

June 30: Trinity Montessori School held the Mondo Moto 5K Run and Walk. In its inaugural year, the event included 100 runners and raised more than $5,000 to develop curriculum to maximize an understanding of diversity and internationality.

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