A group of fourth-grade students helped support a local community event, 2Myles4Autism.
It looks like Saturday will be a beautiful day for a 2-mile run/walk! Head over to Meadowbrook to support the 10th annual 2Myles4Autism. This event was created to promote awareness and acceptance of students with autism. The money raised from the event directly benefits students with autism in the Howard-Suamico School District.
Even though they are only in fourth grade, McKenna, Jennifer, Carly, Grace and Eben sure know how to make a difference in their community. This group of students volunteered to help with 2Myles4Autism. They created posters and signs to promote the event at Meadowbrook. The students posted their advertisements in the library, a central location where all Meadowbrook students could see them. They even had registration forms printed and accessible for students to take. In addition, this group of fourth-graders hand-wrote personal letters to businesses asking for donations in support of the event. Believe it or not, their personal letters brought in $1140.00 in donations for 2Myles4Autism. Way to go, Bulldogs!
What could be better than a walk on a beautiful day while supporting your community? It's a win-win! See you there!