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CES students raise money for Crusade for Children

Campbellsville Elementary School students recently raised money to buy toys for local children at Christmas.

 

On Friday, March 3, CES hosted a hat day to raise money for the Campbellsville/Taylor County Crusade for Children donation drive.

 

Students paid $1 to wear a hat for the day, and all money collected was given to Crusade for Children.

 

Campbellsville Fire & Rescue and Taylor County Fire Department personnel organize the annual drive.

 

Crusade for Children organizers raise money and then purchase toys for children in the community who otherwise might not receive them at Christmas.

 

In addition to hosting hat day, CES custodian Randy Bricken Jr., who is also a volunteer fire fighter at Taylor County Fire Department, brought a fire truck to school for students to see.

 

In all, CES students raised about $125.

 

CES kindergarten teacher Nikki Price and her students wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

CES kindergarten teacher Nikki Price and her students wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

 

CES kindergarten students in Leanna Cundiff’s class wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

CES kindergarten students in Leanna Cundiff’s class wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

 

CES first-grade students in Hailey Ogle’s class wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

CES first-grade students in Hailey Ogle’s class wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

 

CES first-grade students in Shirley Cox’s class wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

CES first-grade students in Shirley Cox’s class wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

 

CES third-grade teacher Hannah Jones and her students wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

CES third-grade teacher Hannah Jones and her students wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

 

CES second-grade students in Lynne Horn’s class wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

CES second-grade students in Lynne Horn’s class wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

 

CES second-grade students in Tracey Rinehart’s class wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

CES second-grade students in Tracey Rinehart’s class wear hats to raise money for Crusade for Children.

 

CES third-grade students take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.

CES third-grade students take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.

 

CES second-grade students take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.

CES second-grade students take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.

 

CES first-grade students take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck. At left is CES custodian Randy Bricken Jr., who is a volunteer at the fire department.

CES first-grade students take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck. At left is CES custodian Randy Bricken Jr., who is a volunteer at the fire department.

 

CES kindergarten students in Leanna Cundiff’s class take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.

CES kindergarten students in Leanna Cundiff’s class take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.

 

CES kindergarten students in Nikki Price’s class take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.

CES kindergarten students in Nikki Price’s class take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.

 

CES kindergarten students in Lisa Wiseman’s class take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.

CES kindergarten students in Lisa Wiseman’s class take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.

 

CES kindergarten students in Kimberly Clark’s class take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.

CES kindergarten students in Kimberly Clark’s class take a photo with a Taylor County Fire Department truck.





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