Teens Organize Benefit Dinner At Restaurant
Posted: November 10, 2012 at 5 a.m.
Ramay Junior High School students are raising money for Safety Net, which assists students from across the district.
At A Glance
The Safety Net fund helps Fayetteville students with:
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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