Northmor JOG raises money for Ronald McDonald House


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Courtesy photo Northmor JOG has raised close to $10,000 for the Ronald McDonald House since the group started the project around 2004.


Northmor JOG went to the Ronald McDonald House to volunteer cleaning the whole house, and to deliver 10 boxes of pop tabs from the elementary and JOG students pop tab wars.

The pop tabs are used to pay the electric bill at the Ronald McDonald House. Students swept floors, washed windows, emptied trash, disinfected play rooms, door knobs, railings, the dining room, kitchens, and dusted. One of the things that the Ronald McDonald House staff admires about Northmor is that when the students get off the bus, they go right to work. No one has to explain what has to be done as some of the students have done this service project all four years of high school.

The group’s goal this year was to give the Ronald McDonald House a larger check then in the previous two years. Each of the past two years we gave a check for $1400. This year we gave a check for $1800 which was raised through donations at the home football games, Jeans Week for Northmor teachers, Haunted Trails, and from Wayne Bradley, owner of the Shell Station on State Route 95.

Northmor JOG has raised close to $10,000 for the Ronald McDonald House since the group started the project around 2004.

Courtesy photo Northmor JOG has raised close to $10,000 for the Ronald McDonald House since the group started the project around 2004.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/03/web1_crinery.jpgCourtesy photo Northmor JOG has raised close to $10,000 for the Ronald McDonald House since the group started the project around 2004.

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