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Chatham Athletic Boosters Donate $10,000 to 'Good Grief'

Paul Anello and Joe Diaz-Saavedra of the Chatham Athletic Boosters with Sally Kelly and her family and Pat Sullivan, representing Good Grief. Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham High Athletic Boosters raised $10,000 with their sponsorship of the Cougar Classic held at Chatham High School during the Christmas break.

On Saturday, the boosters handed over a $10,000 check to "Good Grief" of Morristown, which helps grieving teens and families.

Chatham Athletic Boosters President Joe Diaz-Saavedra and Vice-President Paul Anello presented the check to Sally Kelly, who spoke about the help she received from "Good Grief." Pat Sullivan represented "Good Grief."

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