Fairfield, Conn.—The Sacred Heart Women's Basketball Team is getting into the holiday spirit doing community service all over the state. The team is participating in Sacred Heart University's Adopt-A-Family program this season, collecting clothes, home goods and toys for an underprivileged, Connecticut family.
In addition the adopting a family, the Pioneers performed a free clinic this past Saturday. Eighty girls between third and eighth grade came out to Shelton Middle School in Shelton, Conn. to learn from eight of the Sacred Heart players. A food drive, organized by Chris Pawlowski, to benefit the Homeless Shelter/Valley Food Bank in Shelton was also held at the event, hoping for a donation in lew of a clinic fee. Pawlowski collected 10 overflowing boxes of food.