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Randolph High School Students Donate $7,500 to the HERO Campaign

Hero Campaign

Monday, November 25, 2013 • 6:53pm

RANDOLPH, NJ - Students at Randolph High School recently raised $7,500 for the John R. Elliott HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers. Students raised the funds during the school’s Spirit Week, which was held Oct. 18-25. Students joined in a variety of activities during spirit week to raise funds for the campaign.

Events included penny wars and a design-your-own class flag competition. Students also participated in a long-running RHS tradition--a hallway-decorating competition. Funding from all of these events helped raise money to donate to the HERO Campaign. Shown in the photo above, Justin Frankel, with the HERO Campaign, accepts the donation from Randolph teachers Lindsay Brinkerhoff, left, and Kelly Fogas. Brinkerhoff and Fogas are both advisers for the student council.

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