April 2009: Graduating Girls Perform Community Service for Cameron

April 2009: Graduating Girls Perform Community Service for Cameron

 

 
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Rachel and Alanna raised over $1,400 in honor of 2-year-old Cameron, who lives in their community. Every student at the girls’ school must complete community service hours to graduate, so these industrious young ladies organized a Coins to Cure Progeria© contest in which the homerooms competed to raise the most money, and the winning class got a pizza party donated by Domino’s. Alanna and Rachel also held a casual Friday day, where students paid to wear jeans and fun clothes instead of uniforms. For the upcoming Kilometers for Cam race, the girls coordinated a “Design the T-shirt” contest. Stephanie Howard, Cameron’s mom, says, “these are some pretty awesome girls!” We agree! Rachel and Alanna, congratulations on your graduation, and something tells us your futures are very bright!

Many schools and religious institutions require community service – why not choose PRF to benefit from it? You can be “a kid helping other kids with Progeria”

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