Northmor JOG collects for charity


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Northmor JOG student Peyton Vollmer is helping the Northmor JOG program reach their goal this year by raising $2,000 for families to stay at the Ronald McDonald House in Columbus.


IBERIA —Northmor Jobs for Ohio Grads student Peyton Vollmer is helping the Northmor JOG program reach its goal this year by raising $2,000 for families to stay at the Ronald McDonald House in Columbus.

Peyton, along with Austin Davis and Wells Brown, have been doing donation cans at the home football games. On the last home football game, the JOG students will have their Haunted Trails, Oct. 27 after the football game.

Half of the proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House. They also have a donation can at the Shell gas station on State Route 95 and I-71.

The school has been donating to the Ronald McDonald House since 2000 and our first check was $400. Last year we raised $1,800.

Northmor families have used the Ronald McDonald House and this is why this service project is important. Organizers are asking for a $1 donation. The Ronald McDonald House is the world’s largest house, with 85 rooms.

Northmor JOG student Peyton Vollmer is helping the Northmor JOG program reach their goal this year by raising $2,000 for families to stay at the Ronald McDonald House in Columbus.
http://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/10/web1_Northmor-JOG.jpgNorthmor JOG student Peyton Vollmer is helping the Northmor JOG program reach their goal this year by raising $2,000 for families to stay at the Ronald McDonald House in Columbus.

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