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Students Raise $1034 for St. Jude Hospital
A recent fundraiser sponsored by Religious Education students from St. Agnes and St. Augustine's churches in Amberg and Wausaukee raised $1034 for St. Jude's Children Research Hospital. Confirmation students from the religious education program in Wausaukee chose St. Jude Hospital fundraiser as a service project to help other students less fortunate than themselves.
Working in conjunction with the Wausaukee Bowl they decided to sponsor a Bowl-a-Thon. With the help of volunteers they promoted the project to all students in the religious education program and conducted the Bowl-a-Thon in January. The Confirmation students, other participating religious education students, the Wausaukee Bowl for their significant role and contribution to the project, and the donors and volunteers are thanked for making the event such a success.
St. Jude's Hospital is one of the world's top pediatric cancer research centers, and the only one that provides treatment to children with no charge to families. It is funded primarily by public contributions.
Students taking part were front row from left, Keaghan Stumbris, Kamden Stumbris, Braxtin Caine, Luke Gruszynski; back row, Logan Gruszynski, Zach Struve, Michael Wojnicki, Lauren Edlbeck, Charleen Fick, Courtney Messar, Hayden Renikow.
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