Three kids help Fast Eddy

My neighbors kindly donated and the children came home with a grand total of $159

Three Raft River Elementary School students present a $159 cheque to Fast Eddy Dostaler recently. Pictured are (l-r) Kiah Phillips

Jody Phillips

Three children Kiah Phillips, age 10, Jaden Phillips, age eight, and Jackson Graffunder, age eight, set off on foot early in the spring, going to each of our neighbors’ houses with nothing but a story on how the were collecting money for Fast Eddy Dostaler and his epic run across Canada and back to raise money for Alzheimers and Breast Cancer Research.

The boys’ teacher, Mrs. Bradstock who had also been Fast Eddy’s teacher, had spoken to their class about Fast Eddy and why he was running across Canada.

My neighbors kindly donated and the children came home with a grand total of $159.

We contacted Fast Eddy to find out where we could donate the money. Lucky for us he was coming to their school for a presentation and they were able to present to him a cheque and shake his hand.

 

They were super-excited to finally meet the man who was behind all of it. GO FAST EDDY.

 

 

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