Middle school's antics aimed at raising dollars
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In 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 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 tournament
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.