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Sandwich

Sandwich students raise $1,200 through Autism Walk

To celebrate Autism Awareness month, students from Sandwich School District 430 held their second annual Autism Walk. Students from Mrs. Turus’ room at Sandwich Middle School organized the event by selling shirts throughout the district for their service project. Students raised almost $1,200 in pledge money for the walk and sold 98 shirts. Zach Williams, a sixth-grader at Sandwich Middle School, had the most donation for the cause. He raised $500 in donations. All donations are being given to the nonprofit organization Autism Speaks. Thank you to all those that helped to make this event successful.
To celebrate Autism Awareness month, students from Sandwich School District 430 held their second annual Autism Walk. Students from Mrs. Turus’ room at Sandwich Middle School organized the event by selling shirts throughout the district for their service project. Students raised almost $1,200 in pledge money for the walk and sold 98 shirts. Zach Williams, a sixth-grader at Sandwich Middle School, had the most donation for the cause. He raised $500 in donations. All donations are being given to the nonprofit organization Autism Speaks. Thank you to all those that helped to make this event successful.

To celebrate Autism Awareness month, students from Sandwich School District 430 held their second annual Autism Walk. Students from Mrs. Turus’ room at Sandwich Middle School organized the event by selling shirts throughout the district for their service project. Students raised almost $1,200 in pledge money for the walk and sold 98 shirts. Zach Williams, a sixth-grader at Sandwich Middle School, had the most donations for the cause. He raised $500 in donations. All donations are being given to the nonprofit organization Autism Speaks. Thank you to all those that helped to make this event successful.

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