Craft takes a cold dip for a good cause


Delaware City Schools Superintendent Paul Craft (left in orange) took a dip Friday evening after Hayes High School junior Madeline Allison hit a bulls-eye at Main Street Delaware’s First Friday dunking booth. Participants had to pay a dollar a ball and all the money was donated to Operation Feed/Mid Ohio Food Bank. Hayes High Principal Richard Stranges also took a turn in the downtown dunking booth. Much to his dismay, several members of the varsity basketball team at Hayes took their turns.

Delaware City Schools Superintendent Paul Craft (left in orange) took a dip Friday evening after Hayes High School junior Madeline Allison hit a bulls-eye at Main Street Delaware’s First Friday dunking booth. Participants had to pay a dollar a ball and all the money was donated to Operation Feed/Mid Ohio Food Bank. Hayes High Principal Richard Stranges also took a turn in the downtown dunking booth. Much to his dismay, several members of the varsity basketball team at Hayes took their turns.


Delaware City Schools Superintendent Paul Craft (left in orange) took a dip Friday evening after Hayes High School junior Madeline Allison hit a bulls-eye at Main Street Delaware’s First Friday dunking booth. Participants had to pay a dollar a ball and all the money was donated to Operation Feed/Mid Ohio Food Bank. Hayes High Principal Richard Stranges also took a turn in the downtown dunking booth. Much to his dismay, several members of the varsity basketball team at Hayes took their turns.

Delaware City Schools Superintendent Paul Craft (left in orange) took a dip Friday evening after Hayes High School junior Madeline Allison hit a bulls-eye at Main Street Delaware’s First Friday dunking booth. Participants had to pay a dollar a ball and all the money was donated to Operation Feed/Mid Ohio Food Bank. Hayes High Principal Richard Stranges also took a turn in the downtown dunking booth. Much to his dismay, several members of the varsity basketball team at Hayes took their turns.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/06/web1_DSC_2169.jpgDelaware City Schools Superintendent Paul Craft (left in orange) took a dip Friday evening after Hayes High School junior Madeline Allison hit a bulls-eye at Main Street Delaware’s First Friday dunking booth. Participants had to pay a dollar a ball and all the money was donated to Operation Feed/Mid Ohio Food Bank. Hayes High Principal Richard Stranges also took a turn in the downtown dunking booth. Much to his dismay, several members of the varsity basketball team at Hayes took their turns.