Students help run booths at Holiday Bazaar this past Saturday


Seniors Mary Hayes, Emily Naville, Sydney Davis, and juniors Kristen Burger and Anjali Sivamohan pose for a photo as they work the Dance Marathon booth. "We have this table to raise money for getting a wagon because that’s how the kids get around in the hospital in a little red wagon. And they have license plates on them and we are planning on getting one for Floyd Central Dance Marathon so whenever the kids going around in the wagon they all have fcdm on their wagon going to surgery or going wherever they go," said Hayes.
Seniors Mary Hayes, Emily Naville, Sydney Davis, and juniors Kristen Burger and Anjali Sivamohan pose for a photo as they work the Dance Marathon booth. “We have this table to raise money for getting a wagon because that’s how the kids get around in the hospital in a little red wagon. And they have license plates on them and we are planning on getting one for Floyd Central Dance Marathon so whenever the kids going around in the wagon they all have fcdm on their wagon going to surgery or going wherever they go,” said Hayes.
Juniors Brooke Welsh, Rachel Jones, and Danielle Mooser sell baked goods to help raise money to help buy toys for the Angel Tree children. "I enjoy working and seeing all the different items and being able to work with friends while doing something good for the community," said Mooser.
Juniors Brooke Welsh, Rachel Jones, and Danielle Mooser sell baked goods to help raise money to help buy toys for the Angel Tree children. “I enjoy working and seeing all the different items and being able to work with friends while doing something good for the community,” said Mooser.

 

By Blake Dykes.

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