Four County Career Center Staff Raises Awareness Of ALS By Accepting Ice Bucket Challenge

Ice Bucket Challenge - newspaper2 WEBFour County Career Center staff has brought awareness of ALS and raised $745 for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge after a challenge from Vanguard Tech Center & Sentinel CTC Superintendent Greg Edinger and his staff. The Career Center now challenges Penta Career Center Superintendent Ron Matter and his staff to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and encourages other career centers to continue this challenge. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is a fundraising effort that has gone viral on social media and raised millions of dollars for ALS research. Several staff members’ families have been affected by this disease and the Career Center wants to show their support to those families. Staff members (BACK – LEFT TO RIGHT) Kim Waldvogel; Susan Sweet; Angela Zetter; Stephanie Pippin; Matt Zwyer; Linda Mahnke; and Donna Badenhop donated the most money are given the honor of pouring ice water over school administrators (FRONT – LEFT TO RIGHT) Rick Hupe; Lisa Hite; Tami Kunesh; Rick Bachman; Jennifer Bonner; Tony McCord; and Bill Jeffery.

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