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St. Jude fundraiser will help Mountain Top family

February 16. 2013 7:40PM

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Faculty and students at St. Jude School held a fundraiser to help the Legge family of Mountain Top. Anita Legge, faculty member, is the mother of Nicholas Legge, who was seriously injured in a car accident and will be traveling to Project Walk in California for rehabilitation. Students in pre-kindergarten through grade 7 gave a donation to play bingo and win donated prizes. Faculty members volunteered to be the target of water balloons. School families donated money in the name of the teacher they wanted to win. The top three teachers had the honor of being targets. Student names were randomly selected to toss the balloons. More than $800 was raised. At the water balloon toss, from left: Anita Legge; Brenda Kolojejchick, third place; Lester Kempinski, first place; Eileen Kempinski, second place; Evette Koshinski, event organizer; and Jeanne Rossi, principal.

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