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Mishicot Middle School students donate funds to find cure for cystic fibrosis

7:22 PM, Apr. 26, 2013
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Most students probably would pay money for a chance to throw a pie in a teacher's face, and that's exactly what they did this week at Mishicot Middle School.

The Student Council organized a week of fundraising for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, called Cure Finders Week, in conjunction with the Great Strides Walk taking place today in Appleton. The fundraising culminated with an assembly in the gym and a 1.3-mile walk around the village on Friday afternoon.

"One of our students has CF, and we were looking for a way to ... teach the kids a little bit about ... civic responsibility," said Ann ...

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