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Coins4CURE Coin Drive
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Tuesday, October 02, 2018
Pictured are Kindergarten teacher and organizer of the Coins4CURE drive at SCPS, AnsleighParks, and Lincoln Cosby, a Pre-K student in Mrs. Tara Rix’s class.
Pictured are Kindergarten teacher and organizer of the Coins4CURE drive at SCPS, AnsleighParks, and Lincoln Cosby, a Pre-K student in Mrs. Tara Rix’s class.

Students at Sumter County Primary School (SCPS) worked together to raise $163.75 to help children with cancer. The money collected was donated to Coins4CURE. Coins4CURE is a coin drive fundraiser developed in 2014 as a way to raise money for CURE Childhood Cancer, an organization focused on childhood cancer research. Lincoln Cosby, a Pre-K student at SCPS, was very generous in his donations. He said, “I emptied my piggy bank to help.”  

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