• St. Baldrick's ChiliFest Crowd
    St. Baldrick's ChiliFest Crowd

    Chili lovers of all ages eating inside the Pueblo West Fire Station.

  • ChiliFest Winner (2022)
    ChiliFest Winner (2022)

    Grren and Red Chili Fest winners gather for a photo with Brad Riccillo, the Captain of SuperTeam PCSO on Nov 12, 2022

  • Helping Handcuffing Childhood Cancer
    Helping Handcuffing Childhood Cancer

    A total of 47 Individuals of all ages get their heads shaved for the 11th Annual St. Baldrick's Fundraiser at the VFW in Pueblo West

Very Very Very Cold Stone and SuperTeam PCSO

Fundraising never tasted so good! Big thanks to all who came to Cold Stone Creamery and supported SuperTeam PCSO and helped raise funds for childhood cancer research. The owner of Cold Stone is Mr. Randy Adolf, his employees are Jeremiah, Sam and Emilia and they were all very gracious hosts!

Deputy Martindale, Miriam Thompson, my daughter Gianna Riccillo and I served up yummy ice cream and all who came to enjoy the treats! They didn't just make donation of their time. Those who walked in to Cold Stone last night didn't just buy an ice cream cone. All who participated made a difference in the life of a child who is battling that awful disease, just by being involved and showing some kindness (and having a sweet tooth).

The SuperTeam loves bringing people together by holding fundraisers like this in your community! Details on the next fundraiser will be revealed in very short while, but follow us on Facebook (search brad riccillo pcso super team) for all of the news and much more.



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  • About Childhood Cancer

    More children are lost to cancer in the U.S. than any other disease—in fact, more than many other childhood diseases combined.
  • How big is the problem?

    Before they turn 20, about 1 in 285 children in the U.S. will have cancer.
  • How Often Does It Happen?

    Worldwide, a child is diagnosed every 2 minutes.