R.I. businesses strive to ‘strike out’ hunger

ANNOUNCING the campaign are, from left, John Wolfe, vice president of government and public affairs for Cox Communications; Lou Schwechheimer, vice president and general manager of the PawSox; Paws, the PawSox mascot; Joseph J. MarcAurele, president and CEO of Citizens Bank of Rhode Island; and Mike Gerhardt, interim executive director of the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. /
ANNOUNCING the campaign are, from left, John Wolfe, vice president of government and public affairs for Cox Communications; Lou Schwechheimer, vice president and general manager of the PawSox; Paws, the PawSox mascot; Joseph J. MarcAurele, president and CEO of Citizens Bank of Rhode Island; and Mike Gerhardt, interim executive director of the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. /
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank and the Citizens Bank Foundation have announced a summer-long partnership with the Pawtucket Red Sox and Cox Communications to “Strike Out Hunger” across the state. Throughout the 2007 PawSox baseball season, the foundation will donate $50 to the food bank for each strikeout by a PawSox pitcher, up to…

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