G-A students donate to a cause

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
Greencastle-Antrim High School student council presented a check for $2,100 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure at Friday's home basketball game. The students coordinated a fundraiser in support of breast cancer awareness by selling pink t-shirts last fall, which everyone wore at a varsity football game in October. Participating in the presentation were, from left: Cindy Myers and Marie Black, Komen Foundation Breast Health Educators from York; Ed Rife, G-AHS principal; and Sarah Domer, Emily Lutz, Emily Copenhaver and Samantha Rudy, student council representatives.

Greencastle-Antrim High School student council presented a check for $2,100 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure at the Friday, Jan. 14 home basketball game. The students coordinated a fundraiser in support of breast cancer awareness by selling pink t-shirts last fall, which everyone wore at a varsity football game in October. Participating in the presentation were, from left: Cindy Myers and Marie Black, Komen Foundation Breast Health Educators from York; Ed Rife, G-AHS principal; and Sarah Domer, Emily Lutz, Emily Copenhaver and Samantha Rudy, student council representatives.