Soccer Hosts Memorial Picnic on Sunday
September 10, 2014 - Picnic Time
OXFORD, Ohio – The Miami University soccer group is once again holding a annual cruise for past and benefaction patients during McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital’s Oncology Unit when a RedHawks horde IPFW on Sunday.
Sunday’s picnic, that is sponsored by Miami Soccer, takes place nearby Miami Soccer Field and starts during 12:30 p.m. The RedHawks’ home opener opposite a Mastodons starts during 1 p.m.
The cruise is hold by a RedHawks in support of a Pam Porter Fund, named in memory of conduct manager Bobby Kramig’s sister-in-law, who mislaid her conflict to cancer over 4 years ago during a age of 37. Pam worked as a media family hit for a soccer group for dual years while attending Miami University. The idea of a Pam Porter Fund is to support in providing care, comfort and care to patients and their families who are receiving diagnosis in a MHMH oncology unit.
“The group has been concerned with a Pam Porter Fund given a pregnancy in 2011,” conduct manager Bobby Kramig said. “Pam was an constituent partial of a soccer staff for dual years and while we weep her loss, we value a event to do something certain for a Oxford village in her memory. Oxford is a home too and doing something for a hometown and a people is really critical to us.”
Due to a construction function nearby a soccer field, everybody in assemblage contingency use a opening to a track off Bonham Road nearby Yager Stadium.
Fans can support a account during any home Miami soccer match. Every time Miami scores a goal, a bucket will be upheld around for donations to a Pam Porter Fund. Karen and Bobby Kramig and a group ask fans to join them in remembering Pam and celebrating any Miami idea by creation a concession to a fund.