PCMS holds cupcake competition for Relay for Life

Published 11:57 am Thursday, April 14, 2011

Genevieve Gary and Hanna O'Brien from Ms. Campbell's homeroom enjoy their cupcakes. (photo submitted by Langlee Garrett

Polk County Middle School recently held a cupcake competition to raise money for Relay for Life. Homerooms bought paper cupcakes throughout the week in honor or in memory of loved ones. Each cupcake was $1. At the end of the week the first and second place homerooms were rewarded with a real cupcake party. Special Relay for Life cupcakes were made for the students to enjoy. Students raised $1,243 in one week to help a worthy cause. Dr. Pettis’ seventh grade homeroom won with 270 cupcakes and Ms. Campbell’s homeroom came in second with 240. Both homerooms enjoyed the cupcake party on Friday, April 8.

Jeremy Allsbrook, McKayla Thornton, Taylor Osborne, Megan Hensley, Lily Owens, Madison Arrowood and Lydia Dona from Dr. Pettis' homeroom enjoy their cupcakes. (photo submitted by Langlee Garrett)

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