Women's basketball holds annual CARE clinic

CARE for Children
Junior Geena Sneeringer leads a shooting drill.

The Pitt-Bradford women's basketball team held its 13th annual CARE for Children clinic on Saturday at the Dr. Richard and Ruth McDowell Sport and Fitness Center on campus.

More than 50 children attended the event, which helps children with permanent disabilities work on motor skills, socialization and physical fitness. Members of the women's team led the children in warm-up line, shooting drills, passing games and relays.

"I truly appreciate the opportunity to continue this great tradition of having this basketball clinic with more than 50 wonderful kids," said head coach Patrick Daniel. "My women's basketball team and the kids had a wonderful time, and it was great seeing the smiles on everyone's faces.

Each child received a T-shirt and basketball for participating.

CARE for Children is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children of all abilities.