South raises Pennies for Patients


South Elementary School raised over $2,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through a Pennies for Patients fundraiser Feb. 26 to March 18. The second and third grade students led by Social Services Coordinator Angie Hackley were looking for a way for South Elementary to help others, and they chose Pennies for Patients. The goal was to raise $750. School Counselor Cris Dorsey agreed to have his beard dyed green and have the school nurse shave half of it off if students exceeded the goal.

South Elementary School raised over $2,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through a Pennies for Patients fundraiser Feb. 26 to March 18. The second and third grade students led by Social Services Coordinator Angie Hackley were looking for a way for South Elementary to help others, and they chose Pennies for Patients. The goal was to raise $750. School Counselor Cris Dorsey agreed to have his beard dyed green and have the school nurse shave half of it off if students exceeded the goal.


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South Elementary School raised over $2,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through a Pennies for Patients fundraiser Feb. 26 to March 18. The second and third grade students led by Social Services Coordinator Angie Hackley were looking for a way for South Elementary to help others, and they chose Pennies for Patients. The goal was to raise $750. School Counselor Cris Dorsey agreed to have his beard dyed green and have the school nurse shave half of it off if students exceeded the goal.

South Elementary School raised over $2,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through a Pennies for Patients fundraiser Feb. 26 to March 18. The second and third grade students led by Social Services Coordinator Angie Hackley were looking for a way for South Elementary to help others, and they chose Pennies for Patients. The goal was to raise $750. School Counselor Cris Dorsey agreed to have his beard dyed green and have the school nurse shave half of it off if students exceeded the goal.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2016/03/web1_Fundraiser.jpgSouth Elementary School raised over $2,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through a Pennies for Patients fundraiser Feb. 26 to March 18. The second and third grade students led by Social Services Coordinator Angie Hackley were looking for a way for South Elementary to help others, and they chose Pennies for Patients. The goal was to raise $750. School Counselor Cris Dorsey agreed to have his beard dyed green and have the school nurse shave half of it off if students exceeded the goal. Courtesy photo