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Fortis Institute psychology students‚?? fundraiser benefits Candy‚??s Place, walk

February 19. 2013 5:58PM
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Students in the general psychology class at Fortis Institute, Forty Fort, recently held a bake sale during cancer awareness month. Students donated a variety of baked goods. Raffles were held for baskets with items made by the staff and faculty. A 50-50 drawing was also held. The raffle prizes included gift certificates from Wolfgang Puck, Mohegan Sun; Tipsy Turtle, Forty Fort; Grotto Pizza, Harveys Lake; Happy Pizza, Plymouth; and the White House Diner, Forty Fort. More than $500 was raised at the event. The proceeds were divided between Candy's Place and the Making Strides Walk. Some of the participants, from left, first row, are Jennifer Hall, Jennifer Almeida, Chelsea Smith, Jessica Howley, Rachel Symons, Jennifer Kobusky and Stacey Jesso. Second row: Christopher Bolick; BobbiJo LaPointe; Marcus Gipson; Gabrielle DeAngelo; Samantha Collins; Amy Knapich; Helen Jacobs; Diana Stelmack, director of financial aid; and Donna Brooks, instructor.

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