Dakota Folvarcik of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Northtowns plays air hockey as Boys and Girls Clubs chief professional officer Phil Penichter, center, gives representatives from Staples Inc. a tour of the facility on Tuesday, April, 17, 2012, in Buffalo, N.Y. Representatives from Staples Inc. presented a check for $750 to the Boys and Girls Torch Club who participated in a pen-pal project writing letters to children with disabilities. The Western New York chapter of the Boys and Girls Club of America is one of four chapters nation-wide to be selected for the award. (AP Photo/ Dan Cappellazzo)

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Dakota Folvarcik of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Northtowns plays air hockey as Boys and Girls Clubs chief professional officer Phil Penichter, center, gives representatives from Staples Inc. a tour of the facility on Tuesday, April, 17, 2012, in Buffalo, N.Y. Representatives from Staples Inc. presented a check for $750 to the Boys and Girls Torch Club who participated in a pen-pal project writing letters to children with disabilities. The Western New York chapter of the Boys and Girls Club of America is one of four chapters nation-wide to be selected for the award. (AP Photo/ Dan Cappellazzo)
Dakota Folvarcik of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Northtowns plays air hockey as Boys and Girls Clubs chief professional officer Phil Penichter, center, gives representatives from Staples Inc. a tour of the facility on Tuesday, April, 17, 2012, in Buffalo, N.Y. Representatives from Staples Inc. presented a check for $750 to the Boys and Girls Torch Club who participated in a pen-pal project writing letters to children with disabilities. The Western New York chapter of the Boys and Girls Club of America is one of four chapters nation-wide to be selected for the award. (AP Photo/ Dan Cappellazzo)
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