McConnellsburg Snowball Raises $5,925
McConnellsburg SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) held its annual Snowball on Saturday, December 18, 2010. The theme this year was “2010 Northern Lights.” The students enjoyed music by DJ Dusty Sowers, had an opportunity to play “Rock Band,” Dance Dance Revolution, Wii, get their pictures taken by Kristen Earley Photography and enjoyed glow sticks galore.
The middle school had its Snowball from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and, at 4 p.m., the middle school students crowned its new princess, Michelle Bottenfield, and prince, Colton Strait. The students voted on raising money for two community organizations: the American Cancer Society and Helping to Save the old MHS building. Each middle school student was given approximately three weeks to raise money for these community organizations.
Princess Michelle Bottenfield and Prince Colton Strait raised the most money. Their court consisted of Destiny Lynch, Alexandra Treml, Hunter Buterbaugh, Kearstin Feagley and Braeden Kylor. Together, the whole middle school collected at total of $2,770, with $1,758 going to the American Cancer Society. Nancy Shearer accepted the check for the American Cancer Society and $1,020 going to the Save the old MHS building fund. Robert C. Snyder represented the old MHS building and accepted the check. The whole Mc- Connellsburg Middle School should be commented for the fantastic effort to help others.
McConnellsburg High School enjoyed its snowball from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. and, at 9:00 p.m., crowned their new queen Gabby Danner, and king, Beau Wilson. Their court consisted of Ainsley Kendall and Dillan Hol-linshead, Marleigh Jennings and Tristin Deneen, Courtney Miner and Tony White, Sara Beth Winegardner and Ashton Doyle, and Sarrah Pollock and Alex Keaton. Together, these six couples raised a total of $3,156 for their voted-on community organizations. A total of $ 2,577 was collected for the American Cancer Society. Nancy Shearer represented the ACS and accepted the check. A total of $5,790 was collected for the save the old MHS building fund. Robert Snyder accepted the check for the building. These six couples should be commended on their excellent effort to help others.
Together, the McConnellsburg Middle School and High School collected $5,925. A total of $4,335 going to the American Cancer Society, and $1,590 going to save the old MHS building fund.
SADD would like to thank everyone who helped make the 2010 Northern Lights Snowball such a complete success.