Red-nosed donation raisers


Students of St. Mary School, 66 E. William St., wore their red noses and Christmas sweaters singing “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” at a pep rally on Friday. They went down in history for raising $700 of its inaugural Red Nose campaign. Students bought a red nose for $2 during the first week of December. The funds will go to needy families in Delaware County. School employee Sally Selmek came up with the idea after seeing the noses for sale when shopping, said St. Mary Principal Gina Stull. Also, teachers decided to forgo getting Stull a gift and instead donated $500 to the cause.


Students of St. Mary School, 66 E. William St., wore their red noses and Christmas sweaters singing “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” at a pep rally on Friday. They went down in history for raising $700 of its inaugural Red Nose campaign. Students bought a red nose for $2 during the first week of December. The funds will go to needy families in Delaware County. School employee Sally Selmek came up with the idea after seeing the noses for sale when shopping, said St. Mary Principal Gina Stull. Also, teachers decided to forgo getting Stull a gift and instead donated $500 to the cause.

Students of St. Mary School, 66 E. William St., wore their red noses and Christmas sweaters singing “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” at a pep rally on Friday. They went down in history for raising $700 of its inaugural Red Nose campaign. Students bought a red nose for $2 during the first week of December. The funds will go to needy families in Delaware County. School employee Sally Selmek came up with the idea after seeing the noses for sale when shopping, said St. Mary Principal Gina Stull. Also, teachers decided to forgo getting Stull a gift and instead donated $500 to the cause.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/12/web1__DSC0052.jpgStudents of St. Mary School, 66 E. William St., wore their red noses and Christmas sweaters singing “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” at a pep rally on Friday. They went down in history for raising $700 of its inaugural Red Nose campaign. Students bought a red nose for $2 during the first week of December. The funds will go to needy families in Delaware County. School employee Sally Selmek came up with the idea after seeing the noses for sale when shopping, said St. Mary Principal Gina Stull. Also, teachers decided to forgo getting Stull a gift and instead donated $500 to the cause.