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"Pie in the Face" Contest Raises Over $500.00

Posted On: Friday, February 17, 2017

To raise money for cancer research, the Clinton County High School Relay for Life team sponsored a "Pie in the Face" fundraiser at CCHS.  The amount of money donated determined which teacher or administrator took a "Pie in the Face" at a pep rally on Friday, February 17th.  Canisters for voting were placed in all of the candidates' rooms or offices.  Thanks to the following CCHS faculty for participating:  Mrs. Aaron, Mr. Asberry, Mr. Bales, Mr. Bertram, Mrs. Conner, Mr. Dalton, Mrs. Guffey, Mrs. Lovell, Mr. Maupin, Mr. Miller, Mrs. Mora, Mrs. Musk, Mrs. Neathery, Mrs. Norris, Mr. Prewitt, Mrs. Sloan, and Mr. Walker.  The teachers who earned the most money were: 1st - Mr. Prewitt ($109.04), 2nd - Mrs. Mora ($101.69), and 3rd - Mr. Bertram ($83.72).  Additionally, the candidates who earned the least amount also received a pie in the face.  Mr. Asberry and Mr. Maupin tied for the lowest amount earned, with $4.46 each.  The CCHS Relay for Life team raised $515.47 during this event.  Thanks to CCHS faculty for being such good sports!!!

To raise money for cancer research, the Clinton County High School Relay for Life team sponsored a "Pie in the Face" fundraiser at CCHS.

To raise money for cancer research, the Clinton County High School Relay for Life team sponsored a "Pie in the Face" fundraiser at CCHS.

To raise money for cancer research, the Clinton County High School Relay for Life team sponsored a "Pie in the Face" fundraiser at CCHS.

To raise money for cancer research, the Clinton County High School Relay for Life team sponsored a "Pie in the Face" fundraiser at CCHS.

To raise money for cancer research, the Clinton County High School Relay for Life team sponsored a "Pie in the Face" fundraiser at CCHS.

To raise money for cancer research, the Clinton County High School Relay for Life team sponsored a "Pie in the Face" fundraiser at CCHS.

To raise money for cancer research, the Clinton County High School Relay for Life team sponsored a "Pie in the Face" fundraiser at CCHS.

To raise money for cancer research, the Clinton County High School Relay for Life team sponsored a "Pie in the Face" fundraiser at CCHS.

To raise money for cancer research, the Clinton County High School Relay for Life team sponsored a "Pie in the Face" fundraiser at CCHS.

The CCHS Relay for Life team raised over $500.00 with their contest for teachers or administrators to take a "Pie in the Face" for the worthy cause.





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