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Every penny counts in “Hunt For A Cure”

Posted: Friday, Mar 22nd, 2013

HUNT FOR A CURE PROJECT – Staff from each of the local elementary schools have been working in conjunction with Relay for Life for the start of the Hunt For A Cure Project that began today. Shown from left to right are West Taylor Elementary’s Secretary Marilyn Rogers, fourth grader Carson Lambert, third grader Caleb Minear and Relay for Life School Involvement Chairperson Cheryl Lambert.

GRAFTON – Instead of Taylor County children looking for Easter eggs this weekend, many of them will be found looking for lost or loose change. Students from each of Taylor County’s elementary schools were sent home with a plastic Easter egg today. These eggs play a major role in the Hunt For A Cure project organized by the Taylor County Relay For Life.

As the children find change, they are asked to put it in the plastic egg. When the egg is filled, it is to be returned to the school where it will be collected.

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