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CES kids use Halloween to raise $300+ for cystic fibrosis study

By Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer<
Campbellsville Independent Schools

Campbellsville Elementary School students, teachers and administrators had fun wearing their costumes on Halloween and raising money for cystic fibrosis research. On Tuesday, October 31, students paid $1 to wear their costumes to school.

In all, about $350 was collected. All money will benefit cystic fibrosis research, in honor of the late Kelsi Brown, who battled the disease. Brown, a niece to CES bookkeeper Patti Caulk and CES special education teacher Libby Caulk, attended Campbellsville Independent Schools several years ago. For more information, or to donate to the effort, call the CES office at270-465-4561.

This story was posted on 2017-11-01 06:20:48
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