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Thursday, July 28, 2011

St. Michael's Spaeth Hands Hanover Food Shelf Huge Check


St. Michael-Albertville grad and NFL player Matt Spaeth presents a hefty check to Helen Skutley of the Hanover Food Shelf. The Pittsburgh Steelers tight end handed over a sizable sum to the local charity after raising more than $20,000 at his annual golf tournament.

By Mike Schoemer

July 26, 2011

Consider the 2011 Matt Spaeth Charity Golf Tournament a resounding success.

Monday, July 24, Spaeth himself stopped down to the Hanover Food Shelf to present director Helen Skutley with a check for $7,000.

That's about one-third of the more than $20,000 raised by this year's event, held last month.

Spaeth made the presentation the night before he returned to Pittsburgh to re-join the Steelers, said friend and co-host Keith Cornell.

"Matt and the STMA Football Boosters would like to thank everyone," Cornell said.

The tournament also raises money for the St. Michael-Albertville football program and for the high school's student fund.

More than 230 golfers participated in this year's tournament.

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