Cooperstown Central School Joins Fight To Eradicate Polio

Cooperstown Central School 

Joins Fight To Eradicate Polio

David Peplinski's 6th grade class announced their public service project today; raising funds to help eradicate Polio. Tables will be set up in the entrance to the school where people can donate between 8-8:15am on school days, and 11am-12:30pm in the Cafeteria during lunch. The campaign will run from January 12-16 followed by a sister campaign in the high school the following week. Money raised through both schools will be pooled and turned over to the Cooperstown Rotary. Any donations collected will be tripled by the Bill and Linda Gates Foundation. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
With Purple pinkies and tee shirts, members of David Peplinski’s 6th grade class announced their public service project today; raising funds to help eradicate Polio. The class gave a presentation to the student body at CCS this afternoon with information on polio and the movement.
Collection tables will be set up at CCS between 8-8:15am  and 11am-12:30pm on schooldays. The campaign will run from January 12-16 followed by a sister campaign in the high school the following week. Money raised  will be pooled and turned over to the Cooperstown Rotary. Any donations received will be  matched 2-to-1 by the Bill and Linda Gates Foundation. Each vaccination costs $1. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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