Walk-A-Thon Benefits Cancer Center


Walk ASewanhaka High School’s Students and Teachers Against Cancer (STAC) Club held a Walk-a-Thon recently on the high school’s new track to benefit the Cancer Center for Kids at Winthrop University Hospital.

More than 135 students participated in the walk, raising $2,870.58 for the organization. STAC advisor Toni Cesare thanked all who participated, volunteered and donated.
A special thanks to Cesare’s seventh-grade classes, Deborah Wichard and the junior high softball team; Jaime Celona, Fran Sinobio, Christine Moffet and the junior high track team; Debbie Bolton, Doris Brown, Tom Gerner and Tobi Morrison; Diane Ventura and her seventh-grade classes; Valentina Forgione and SADD club members; Darnell Ramsey and the track team, Deidre Kelly; George Kasimatis and the football team, the custodial staff and Kathleen Ratzken.
—Submitted by the Sewanhaka Central High School District

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