Advanced Disposal has partnered with two Marengo Indians sports teams to raise money for the MORE Center. Cris Manley, Rockford Area Manager for Advanced Disposal said “It's been fun cheering on both teams as well as the MORE Center. My hope is that the coaching staff can use these campaigns to highlight for their players the importance of contributing to the needs of their community.” In the last 12 months the Indians Teams have generated over $1,700 in donations between the football and softball teams, $500 during this fall football season.

The girls’ softball team participated in the campaign, "Run Out Hunger.” Advanced Disposal donated $10 for every run they scored this past spring at a home game.

The “End Hunger in the End Zone” campaign has been done for two seasons with the boys’ varsity football team. Advanced Disposal donates $50 every



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