Mid-Carolina Middle raises money for JDRF


Mid-Carolina Middle School’s Kindness Project for October was the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The students and staff donated $650 to the JDRF from sales of ribbons in honor of loved ones. The ribbons were $1 each and were displayed in the front windows of the school. Money was also earned through a staff luncheon, pajama day, and fun day. Shown are Semora Wise, Michael Leyva, Charlie Nelson, Darius Davis, Samantha Douglas, and Kerry Frick, JDRF coordinator for MCMS.


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Mid-Carolina Middle School’s Kindness Project for October was the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The students and staff donated $650 to the JDRF from sales of ribbons in honor of loved ones. The ribbons were $1 each and were displayed in the front windows of the school. Money was also earned through a staff luncheon, pajama day, and fun day. Shown are Semora Wise, Michael Leyva, Charlie Nelson, Darius Davis, Samantha Douglas, and Kerry Frick, JDRF coordinator for MCMS.

Mid-Carolina Middle School’s Kindness Project for October was the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The students and staff donated $650 to the JDRF from sales of ribbons in honor of loved ones. The ribbons were $1 each and were displayed in the front windows of the school. Money was also earned through a staff luncheon, pajama day, and fun day. Shown are Semora Wise, Michael Leyva, Charlie Nelson, Darius Davis, Samantha Douglas, and Kerry Frick, JDRF coordinator for MCMS.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_JDRF-1-.jpgMid-Carolina Middle School’s Kindness Project for October was the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The students and staff donated $650 to the JDRF from sales of ribbons in honor of loved ones. The ribbons were $1 each and were displayed in the front windows of the school. Money was also earned through a staff luncheon, pajama day, and fun day. Shown are Semora Wise, Michael Leyva, Charlie Nelson, Darius Davis, Samantha Douglas, and Kerry Frick, JDRF coordinator for MCMS. Courtesy photo
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