Students HOPE to help cancer patients


Submitted photo Greeneview Middle School students were challenged to raise money in support of the Jamestown Families Cancer Care group. Initiating this challenge were the 24 members of HOPE (Help Organize Pink Education) and their advisor Sue Ellis. At a recent assembly, they presented the Jamestown Families Cancer Care with a check for more than $2,000. Accepting for the cancer care group was Jacquie Weller.


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Greeneview Middle School students were challenged to raise money in support of the Jamestown Families Cancer Care group. Initiating this challenge were the 24 members of HOPE (Help Organize Pink Education) and their advisor Sue Ellis. At a recent assembly, they presented the Jamestown Families Cancer Care with a check for more than $2,000. Accepting for the cancer care group was Jacquie Weller.

Submitted photo Greeneview Middle School students were challenged to raise money in support of the Jamestown Families Cancer Care group. Initiating this challenge were the 24 members of HOPE (Help Organize Pink Education) and their advisor Sue Ellis. At a recent assembly, they presented the Jamestown Families Cancer Care with a check for more than $2,000. Accepting for the cancer care group was Jacquie Weller.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_HOPE-pic.jpgSubmitted photo Greeneview Middle School students were challenged to raise money in support of the Jamestown Families Cancer Care group. Initiating this challenge were the 24 members of HOPE (Help Organize Pink Education) and their advisor Sue Ellis. At a recent assembly, they presented the Jamestown Families Cancer Care with a check for more than $2,000. Accepting for the cancer care group was Jacquie Weller.
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