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THE MEADOWLANDS RACETRACK TO HOST THE "1ST ANNUAL BROADCASTERS CHARITY DERBY"

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kimerling-event-photoSATURDAY, JUNE 16, 2012

Meadowlands to Donate $5000 to Charity of Winning Broadcaster

PIX11 reporter, Dyrol Joyner will be participating in the event and has selected SKTCF as his charity of choice.


Dyrol Joyner is a two time Emmy winner currently working as a sports anchor/reporter for WPIX11 and MSG Varsity. The highlight this year was covering the Superbowl run of the World Champion NY Giants. Past experiences include NFL sideline reporter and NBA sideline reporter for Chicago Bulls.

THE MEADOWLANDS RACETRACK TO HOST THE 2ND ANNUAL ARABIAN NIGHTS CAMEL & OSTRICH RACING

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SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 2013

Meadowlands to Donate $5000 to Charity of Winning Broadcaster
PIX11 reporter, Dyrol Joyner will be participating in the event and has selected SKTCF as his charity of choice.

     

Dyrol Joyner is a two time Emmy winner currently working as a sports anchor/reporter for WPIX11 and MSG Varsity. The highlight this year was covering the Superbowl run of the World Champion NY Giants. Past experiences include NFL sideline reporter and NBA sideline reporter for Chicago Bulls.

Thanks Dyrol and good luck Snickers the Camel!

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NYC proclaims August 4, 2011 Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation Day

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Testicle Tuesday

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The Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation is proud to introduce Testicle Tuesdays: a brand new campaign designed to raise awareness of testicular cancer, encourage men to perform monthly self exams, and promote public discussion of the most common cancer in men 15 – 40.

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Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation is proud to welcome Rob Eccles as Executive Director

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The Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation is proud to welcome Rob Eccles as Executive Director. Rob has many years of experience working with and managing a variety of nonprofits. He has had success in the fields of mental health, substance abuse treatment, women's and children's services, and healthcare - including a ten year career with the American Cancer Society, where he held the position of Regional Vice President. Rob's focus will be on growing the foundation and its mission of raising awareness of testicular cancer and the importance of early detection and treatment, expanding the foundation's reach, and providing the nationally recognized source for awareness, answers and action. Rob lives in New Jersey with his wife and two young daughters.