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Geneva School of Boerne raises more than $5,000 to help Heartland Children’s Home

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    The Geneva School of Boerne varsity basketball teams hosted Hoops for Heartland to raise awareness and assist Heartland Children’s Home as they love and care for medically fragile children in the Boerne community. The event raised more than $5,000 to help Heartland. Star photo: Pam Akin

The Geneva School of Boerne basketball teams recently hosted Hoops for Heartland for the fifth straight year to benefit Heartland Children’s Home in Boerne. Geneva senior Aisling Ayers planned this event and reported that more than $5,100 was raised to help Heartland in its mission to foster, love and care for medically fragile children who suffer from complications of shaken baby syndrome, prenatal drug exposure, HIV and AIDS, and other diseases and disabilities.

The Eagles welcomed and honored Heartland Children’s Home co-owner Ruth Schwartz between the varsity games. Heartland Physical Therapist Angela Stanley came to stand with Schwartz to represent the Heartland staff of 32 people. For more information on how to donate to Heartland Children’s Home, please contact Heartland Business Office Manager Dawn Terrazas at (830) 537-4078.