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Westchester Knicks' Orange Jersey Night Benefits Dobbs' Children's Village

Marc Miller, director, marketing partnerships, WC Knicks; Eddie Lopez, territory sales manager, Crush; 2 children from Children’s Village; Lia Schwartz, senior communications officer,Children’s Village; Bill Boyce, VP sales & business ops, WC Knicks. Marc Miller, director, marketing partnerships, WC Knicks; Eddie Lopez, territory sales manager, Crush; 2 children from Children’s Village; Lia Schwartz, senior communications officer,Children’s Village; Bill Boyce, VP sales & business ops, WC Knicks.
Marc Miller, director, marketing partnerships, WC Knicks; Eddie Lopez, territory sales manager, Crush; 2 children from Children’s Village; Lia Schwartz, senior communications officer,Children’s Village; Bill Boyce, VP sales & business ops, WC Knicks. Photo Credit: Contributed
Game action against Delaware. Game action against Delaware.
Game action against Delaware. Photo Credit: Contributed

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The Westchester Knicks celebrated Orange Jersey Night against Delaware, which resulted in a 120-105 loss on Saturday, March 7 at Children's Village in Dobbs Ferry.

The starting five players' jerseys were auctioned off during the game with proceeds going to the Children's Village.

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