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POL M: Poland’s national team joins special charity action

by WoV
source: cev.lu

The President of the Polish Volleyball Federation and CEV Vice President, Miroslaw Przedpelski, recently approved the addition of another player to the 25 names that were already announced by head coach Andrea Anastasi for the international season that will culminate in the 2012 London Olympics.

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Who is this mysterious player?

Is head coach Anastasi trying to hide his next ace?

Actually this guy is the winner of a special contest that takes place on Thursday in combination with the inaugural charity concert promoted by the “Herosi Foundation” and whose venue will be the splendid Royal Castle in Poland’s capital city. 

The winner of the contest will join the national team for one day and share a couple of training sessions with well-known Volleyball stars such as Bartosz Kurek, Michal Winiarski and many more.

All those in attendance for the above mentioned charity concert will have the opportunity to buy a coupon for the price of 100 zlotys and the winner of this special contest will be announced later in the evening. 

The revenues from this charity action will be donated to a hospital, the Institute of Oncology of Mother and Child, in order to buy some equipment which is needed there for the surgery room.

The organizers of the concert are all working as volunteers likewise all members of the Council and Board of the “Herosi Foundation” whose main goal is to support the activities of that hospital where some 2’400 children per year undergo anti-cancer treatment.

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