Campobello-Gramling School (CGS) raised $1,722 for the March of Dimes last month. CGS had this fundraiser for two weeks and held a competition to see which class could raise the most money. Owens’s second-grade class raised the most money and her class will enjoy a pizza party. (photo submitted by Katelyn Edney)
Campobello-Gramling School (CGS) raised $1,722 for the March of Dimes last month. CGS had this fundraiser for two weeks and held a competition to see which class could raise the most money. Owens’s second-grade class raised the most money and her class will enjoy a pizza party. (photo submitted by Katelyn Edney)

Campobello-Gramling raises $1,700 for March of Dimes

Published 9:52am Wednesday, April 24, 2013

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