Middle school's antics aimed at raising dollars
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- Central Oregonian - News
>Crook County Middle School launched effort to raise money for children's hospital - the first push came from within the school, and the second push will be out in the community with a variety of activities including a golf tournamentIn what appears to be a wild pre-spring break assembly, students at Crook County Middle School had their fondest dream come true when principal Rocky Miner was duct taped to the wall. Actually, it was a well coordinated in-house fundraising event geared to benefit Doernbecher Children's Hospital. Each student bought a strip of tape and attached it to Miner and the wall until the deed was done. Students also made donations to determine which male teachers would take place in a leg shaving contest (left). These events are leading up to an April push for funds in the community. See side bar for details.
Crook County Middle School's Doernbecher Children's Hospital fundraising events for this month include:
Saturday, April 14
The CCMS Doernbecher Children's Hospital benefit fund raiser will take place Saturday, April 14 at a variety of locations. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. a car wash will be offered at Community First Bank; a hot dog stand at Community First Bank; a garage sale at Electric Beach. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. a can and bottle drive will take place at Sentry Supermarket. To donate items to the garage sale call 447-2683, ext. 210.
Saturday, April 21
The Doernbecher Children's Hospital benefit Golf Tournament will be held at Meadow Lakes Golf Course from 2 p.m to dark with staggered starting times. The 4-man team scramble is $120 per team. Fee includes food, prizes and entertainment. Call Meadow Lakes to register or for more information at 447-7113.