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Curling Helps Disabled Children

he Non-professional Curling Cup in aid of disabled children took place in Moscow on April 4 at the Moskvich Ice Palace. The event was organized with the support of the Moscow City Department of Physical Culture and Sport, the Russia Curling Association, the Moscow Curling Association and the Moskvich higher sport school.

There were ten teams of both Russian and foreign companies participating, such as the International School of Moscow, Italian Design, ConocoPhilips, the British Embassy and some others. In order to become participants of the tournament companies were asked to charity donations to support programs for children with disabilities. “Our aim is to bring together all sectors of the community who care about disability issues, raise funds for rehabilitation programs to support disabled children and to generate some positive media coverage for all concerned, - said the organizers.

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