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Randolph Early College High School launches "Pennies for Patients" campaign.

Randolph Early College High School launched its "Pennies for Patients" campaign on Monday, January 11. The following staff members are participating in the campaign:

Mrs. Bell 
Mrs. Blackmon
Ms. Bryant
Mrs. Clapp
Mr. Culp
Mrs. Darcy
Mrs. Fleetwood
Mrs. Gann
Mr. Peterson
Mrs. Thompson
Mrs. Williams
Mrs. Wood

Students are encouraged to participate in the campaign by donating pennies and other spare change. The two faculty members who receive the most money in their boxes will be “awarded” with a pie in the face! 

The following  is a link to the RECHS online giving page. Please help promote the campaign online by sharing this link on Facebook, Twitter, etc.  

http://bit.ly/1ZSVvoW 

Thank you for your help in making this campaign a success!

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