• 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

Superteam PSCO Host Valentine's Day Party

The "Sweet As Candy" Valentine's Day Party and Dance held on Friday, Feb. 14 at the Shrine Club in Pueblo West was well attended. There was music, dancing, food, drink and fellowship for those couples who chose to spend the lover's holiday with the friends and supporters of SuperTeam PCSO.

The funds raised will be given to the St. Baldrick's Foundation on behalf of the SuperTeam which is focused on childhood cancer research.

Again, thanks to those who came and danced the night away and to the selfless volunteers who gave their priceless time to help out! These events would be not be nearly as successful without your time, talent and efforts 

And, the Shriners are new found friends and partners with the SuperTeam. They donated the building and the help to make this event possible. Thanks to Sam Dazzo for all he did leading up to the party and dance!!!!! WorkZone gave the sign which was really neat 

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 THANK YOU FOR OVER
Eight (8) Successful Years

Year
2022
2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014

Goal
$30,000
$26,000
$20,000
$9,999
$5,000
$1,000
$500
$100

Raised
$43,000+
$17,513
$22,332
$17,223
$7,724
$2,577
$646
$257

 

 

Get In Touch

SuperTeam PCSO
Tel:719.281.0173
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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.