June 19

Nelson students rock-a-thon pays dividends

Funds raised through the rock-a-thon organized by St. Joseph School were given to four local charities last week.

Funds raised through the rock-a-thon organized by St. Joseph School were given to four local charities last week.

On hand from left to right were student Dylan Mowery, organizer Sheri Allarie, Pat Dooley from Friends of the Family, Leona Dimock from the MS Society, student Angelia Thomson, Wendi Thomson from the MS Society, student Devan Andrusak, Bill McDonnell from Kidsport Nelson, Nancy Liknes from the Heart and Stroke Foundation and student Carson Vanhorne. The rock-a-thon was held on May 31 to raise funds for the school with local charities also benefitting.

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