Asarco employees team up for softball and St. Vincent de Paul

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Electric/S&D won the tournament.

  The second annual St. Vincent de Paul Softball Tournament and Food Drive was deemed a huge success.

  Last week, the four-team, one-night tournament collected more than 250 cans and non-perishable food items.

  In softball action, Electric/S&D beat SX 17-8 to win the tournament! 

  Special thanks to Ray Mine, Union and Town of Kearny for coming together to support this cause.  Please keep an eye for Toys for Tots Tournament in December.

Some of the food collected.

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