Hartford high school students raised $1,800 for Toys 4 Tots | By Teri Kermendy

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Dec. 18, 2018 – Hartford, WI – Hartford Union High School (HUHS) Students raised $1,800 and several large bags of toys for the Hartford Christmas Committee during a week-long Toys 4 Tots Campaign run by the H-Club.  

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The Toys 4 Tots Campaign started Monday, Dec. 10 with H-Club members collecting toys and monetary donations during the first period of the day all week.  Friday after first period, H-Club members went to pick up toys and donations from Central Middle School, Lincoln Elementary School, Rossman Elementary School, and St. Kilian’s School.  

With the $1,800, H-Club members and FFA members went to Wal-Mart to shop for toys.  All collected and purchased toys were dropped off at the Hartford Christmas Committee headquarters where they will be given to those in need right here in the Hartford Community.

Top three first hour classes at HUHS who raised the most toys and money win a pancake breakfast from the Mineshaft. Congratulations to Mr. Carter, Mr. Manlick and Ms. Schulz’s classes for raising the most.

HUHS Athletic Director, Scott Helms, said, “I took over the Toys 4 Tots Campaign in the year 2000.  I believe HUHS began this tradition over 20+ years ago and our amazing students will carry on this incredible tradition indefinitely.” 

 

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