Movember kids

Students at Raft River Elementary School take part in Movember

Members of the Me to We program at Raft River Elementary School model moustaches as they take part in Mo Day to mark the the end of Movember last Friday.

Members of the Me to We program at Raft River Elementary School model moustaches as they take part in Mo Day to mark the the end of Movember last Friday. The students were part of a group that traveled to Vancouver for We Day this fall. Along with a big part of other Raft River students, they will work with Clearwater Food Bank collecting food for hampers. Pictured are (back, l-r) Annie Whelen, Emily Giesbrecht, Kaya Breda, Bobbi Russell, Morgan Thomas, Chris Martin Grade 7 teacher, (middle row l-r) Grayson Panko, Savannah Dee, Natalia Biagioni, Kaitlyn Hunter, Bailey Stokes, (front row l-r) Ryan Green, Cedric Menard and Keanen Bromley. All the students are in Grade 7 except for Grayson, Ryan and Cedric. Movember is an international event held to raise awareness of prostate cancer and other male cancers and their associated charities. Photo by Keith McNeill

 

 

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