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Walk-A-Thon Raises Thousands for Jordak

Fourth graders Elli D. and Logan E. lead third and fourth graders up to CHS for the first ever Walk-A-Thon fundraiser. Elli and Logan led the way because they raised the most money between the two class levels. (MP Photo/CSD)

Our pups lucked out with a gorgeous (and warm) day for their first ever Walk-A-Thon fundraiser on Friday, Sept. 14. Grades three and four walked around the CHS track in the morning and K-2 walked in the afternoon. When they weren’t walking laps, students were able to enjoy some fun field activities such as bubbles, an obstacle course, and hula hoops. The

Students and staff walk around the CHS track for the first ever Walk-A-Thon fundraiser for Jordak Elementary School. Students collected more than $2,000 in donations for their school.
(MP Photo/CSD)

Jordak PTO did an outstanding job organizing the walk and we are grateful to Trumbull Memorial Hospital for helping to sponsor the first-time event. A big congratulations to second grader Charles A. who raised the most donations for the entire school and was able to lead the K-2 students from Jordak up to the high school track for the walk. Fourth graders Elli D. and Logan E. raised the most money out of the third and fourth grades and led their walkers. All money raised goes right back to the school. Great job pups!


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