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Gaming marathon benefits Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®

Gaming marathon benefits Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®
Monday, February 24, 2020

Join local gamers at a 12-hour gaming event sponsored by the Coulee Region Gaming Guild. Proceeds from the event will benefit Children's Miracle Network Hospitals® at Gundersen Health System.

The local event is set for noon to midnight on Saturday, March 14 at the Integrated Center for Education on Gundersen's La Crosse Campus.

It's easy to participate:

  • Sign up online to reserve your spot.
  • Cost is $10 if you sign up by March 13 or $15 on the day of the event.
  • Have fun with friends and family playing the games provided or bring your own.
  • Food and refreshments are provided for those pre-registered by Monday, March 9.

Proceeds from the event stay here to help area children through CMN Hospitals, a service of Gundersen Medical Foundation. The money helps families with respite care, medical supplies, transportation for medical care, meals for family while a child is in the hospital, adaptive equipment and more. It also helps with community programs that benefit children.

About Extra Life

Extra Life is a Children's Miracle Network Hospitals® fundraising program within the gaming community. Since 2008, Extra Life has raised more than $50 million for CMN Hospitals like Gundersen Health System.

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