CM students excel at fundraiser


By Diana Miller - For The News Journal



Key Club Officers Katie Hughes, Ryan Miller, adviser Christel Wissman, Drew Evans and Anne Thompson accepted the awards on behalf of Clinton-Massie High School.


Courtesy photo

CLARKSVILLE — Forty-one members of Clinton-Massie High School’s Key Club were among those in attendance recently at the annual Clinton County Cardboard City fundraising event in Wilmington.

According to club adviser Christel Wissman, students raised $2,570 which makes Massie the winner of the Clinton County School District Challenge award, in addition to taking honors for building the Most Creative Cardboard Structure.

Key Club member Drew Evans earned bragging rights for raising $500, the most money raised as an individual, and brothers Matthew and Connor Hendrickson were also recognized for raising $300 each.

Reflecting on this year’s Cardboard City and those of the past, Wissman said she “believes this will be one of the most memorable because these students went in with the ‘Leave No Doubt’ attitude and came out as champions.”

Wissman went on to say, “I am touched by the hard-working group of students who are active members of Key Club, as they sincerely want to make a difference in their school and in their community. I am so extremely proud of all of them!”

According to Denise Stryker with the Clinton County Homeless Shelter, in total, the Cardboard City event raised $11,204.

Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for area schools.

Key Club Officers Katie Hughes, Ryan Miller, adviser Christel Wissman, Drew Evans and Anne Thompson accepted the awards on behalf of Clinton-Massie High School.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_Cardboard-City.jpgKey Club Officers Katie Hughes, Ryan Miller, adviser Christel Wissman, Drew Evans and Anne Thompson accepted the awards on behalf of Clinton-Massie High School. Courtesy photo

By Diana Miller

For The News Journal

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