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Teens Organize Benefit Dinner At Restaurant

Posted: November 10, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Breanna Boyd, 15, from left, Kaitlin Ahrens, 15, Tasfia Jahangir, 14, and Esmeralda Martinez, 14, members of Ramay Girls Rock, gather Friday at Ramay Junior High School prepare for a fundraiser the group will host Monday at Powerhouse Seafood & Grill in Fayetteville. Money from the fundraiser goes to benefit Safety Net.

Ramay Junior High School students are raising money for Safety Net, which assists students from across the district.

At A Glance

Safety Net

The Safety Net fund helps Fayetteville students with:

Medication.

Band and cheerleading fees.

Clothing, including coats, and shoes.

Field trip fees.

Food for the Outback, a school district store.

Utilities and laundry vouchers.

Crutches, co-pays for doctor’s visits.

Gasoline to get to doctor’s appointments.

Gas and expenses to Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock.

Sports and summer camp fees.

Boys & Girls Club membership fee.

Source: Fayetteville School District

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