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CMS students raise money for cancer research

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-graders Olivia Fields and Karley Morris recently helped raise money for children’s cancer research.

 

On Saturday, April 22, Fields and Morris participated in the “Color to Conquer” race.

 

All money from entry fees and donations collected will go toward the community’s annual St. Baldrick's fundraiser to support children's cancer research.

 

During a color run, participants run through various stations and are splashed with colored cornstarch.

 

The run began at the new walkway near Trace and Pitman creeks.

 

When they began the race, Fields and Morris wore white t-shirts. But at the end, the shirts were very colorful.

 

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-graders Karley Morris, at left, and Olivia Fields recently helped raise money for children’s cancer research by participating in the community’s “Color to Conquer” run. At the beginning of the race, their shirts were white. But at the end, the shirts were very colorful.

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-graders Karley Morris, at left, and Olivia Fields recently helped raise money for children’s cancer research by participating in the community’s “Color to Conquer” run. At the beginning of the race, their shirts were white. But at the end, the shirts were very colorful.

 

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-graders Karley Morris, at left, and Olivia Fields recently helped raise money for children’s cancer research by participating in the community’s “Color to Conquer” run. At the beginning of the race, their shirts were white. But at the end, the shirts were very colorful.

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-graders Karley Morris, at left, and Olivia Fields recently helped raise money for children’s cancer research by participating in the community’s “Color to Conquer” run. At the beginning of the race, their shirts were white. But at the end, the shirts were very colorful.





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