Lynch Elementary Walk-a-Thon raises more than $5,000

Lynch students enjoyed great weather for the annual Walk-a-Thon on Tuesday. The students, with support from the community, raised more than $5,000.

Students from Lynch Elementary made good use of their walking shoes on September 27th. Striders from each grade level strutted around the grounds for 40 minutes and raised $5,142.35 for their school.

The top five fund-raising students this year were Mason Suckow, Christian Miller, Marissa Babcock, Emmitt Mauk and Jesse Kedzierski. Lynch principal Michelle Bradford will be taking them to McDonalds for lunch as one of their prizes for being the top contributors.

Lynch Elementary would also like to thank the following for their support of the event:

Dance Street Studio, Hofman Shoe Store, Lee’s Auto Repair, Thorpe Animal Hospital, Sherwin – Williams, Sunny’s Tanning Salon, Taco Bell, Ultramatic Products, Goosenberry Corners, 2nd Street Used Cars, Delynn’s Design, Marz Food Supplies, Lapeer Auto Premium, Montrose Orchard, Equipment Field Service, Creative Structures of S.W. FL, C & D Collision, Gary’s Auto Body Shop, Whispering Pines Adult Foster Care, Evergreen Lawn Maintenance, Step n ‘ Stars, Nolan Farms Inc., R and D Rubick, LTD, Dragon Karate School, The Well Dr. & Co., Mt. Morris Gas, Inc., Use It Again Tools, Dr. Reinhardt, Steve Salmond, and Ron McDougall.

The funds will support:

  • Classroom field trips
  • RAZ Reading Subscription for each classroom
  • Math and Science Manipulatives
  • Free Social Events for students and their families throughout the school year
  • Science Alive assembly and Science Cramer Dome

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