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Panther Valley teachers cut off hair for ACS

Published May 21. 2012 05:04PM

Panther Valley students, parents and staff raised $3,919 via numerous activities and benefits over the school year to benefit their Relay For Life team for the American Cancer Society. This year's Relay For Life will be held at the Panther Valley football stadium on June 22 and 23. Two middle school teachers promised students they would get their heads shaved if they met their goal following a mini Relay For Life held at the school. Lisa Mace, Middle School Principal, stated the school's appreciation to organizers Kathy Inama, school nurse, and Ann Davis, instructor's aid. Pictured with two freshly shaven 6th grade teachers, Matt Davis, left, and Rich Evanko, right, are 6th grade students, from left, Austin Buyce, 11, of Coaldale; Shelby Stempa, 11, of Nesquehoning; Kalya Boswelo, 11, of Summit Hill; and Hunter Kennedy, 12, of Nesquehoning.

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