Schoolchildren Raising Money for Katrina

Canterbury Woods Elementary to Hold New Orleans Style Snowball Fund-Raiser

Students and staff members at Washington Mill Elementary are giving up a treat such as a fast food meal, a movie rental, or a special dessert in order to bring in $2 for the Hurricane Katrina relief fund.
The school's goal is to send $1,000 to the Salvation Army to help hurricane victims. The project supports a tenet of the Community of Caring. Contact principal Tish Howard at 703-619-2500 or

By Steve Fehr |  September 7, 2005; 4:20 PM ET  | Category:  Schools
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