5/28/12 Williams High student conducts fundraiser for senior project

Williams High student conducts fundraiser for senior project

As her graduation project, Rebecca Jordan, a Williams High School senior, conducted a fundraiser for the Children’s Museum of Alamance County at Smith Elementary School. Children in grades K through 3 at Smith raised $2,422. Maria Oroña’s SPLASH kindergarten class was the top fundraiser and received an ice cream party and a VIP tour of the museum. Shown, bottom row, left to right, are: Britton Isley, Walker Hicks, Abigale Robinson, Jay McCarthy, Xander Bethea, Payton Tulchinsky and Kenna Talhelm. Middle row, left to right, are Chelsea Treadwell, Jacob Tulchinsky, Grace Gabrielli, Aaliya Carson, Henri Lanzoni, Savion Grant, Aidan Wellman and Jonathan Green. Top row, left to right, are Mr. Fabio Castro, Aiden Grant, Abby Hubbard, Gracie Hartle, Evan Huffman, Holt Workman, Nathan Hartle, Becca Jordan, Kalia Johnson and Mrs. Oroña. Including donations from neighbors and other friends, Jordan raised more than $4,000 for the museum.

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The Times-News 5/28/12     
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   As her graduation project, Rebecca Jordan, a Williams High School senior, conducted a fundraiser for the Children’s Museum of Alamance County at Smith Elementary School. Children in grades K through 3 at Smith raised $2,422. Maria Oroña’s SPLASH kindergarten class was the top fundraiser and received an ice cream party and a VIP tour of the museum. Shown, bottom row, left to right, are: Britton Isley, Walker Hicks, Abigale Robinson, Jay McCarthy, Xander Bethea, Payton Tulchinsky and Kenna Talhelm. Middle row, left to right, are Chelsea Treadwell, Jacob Tulchinsky, Grace Gabrielli, Aaliya Carson, Henri Lanzoni, Savion Grant, Aidan Wellman and Jonathan Green. Top row, left to right, are Mr. Fabio Castro, Aiden Grant, Abby Hubbard, Gracie Hartle, Evan Huffman, Holt Workman, Nathan Hartle, Becca Jordan, Kalia Johnson and Mrs. Oroña. Including donations from neighbors and other friends, Jordan raised more than $4,000 for the museum.