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Local High School Class Donates Money to WildFire Victims
04/20/2017

( photo courtesy of KWCH-TV)

(KMZA)--A local northeast Kansas high school class traveled to the southwestern part of the state to show their support for victims of the wildfires in Clark County.

KWCH-TV reports seniors at Axtell High School decided to forgo their senior trip and donate the remaining money in their class fund to families in Ashland who lost their homes in the wildfires.

The class voted unanimously to donate the nearly $2,000 to the fire victims.

The entire class, along with their sponsor Pam Buessing and Principal Larry Geist  made the five-hour trip on Wednesday. They presented a check to the USD 220 Fire Disaster Fund. The money will then be distributed to families.

The class says it will use a small portion of the funds raised to throw an end of the year pizza party.

 

 

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