Marlin Edwards (left) and Kyle White stand in front of the Pennies for Patients bulletin board. (Submitted photo/Beaufort County Schools)

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SHS helps Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Published 9:58pm Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Southside High School students, faculty and staff recently participated in the Pennies for Patients campaign to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Southside raised $146.08 during the campaign, which was conducted by the senior members of the Student Government Association, including Marlin Edwards, senior class president; Kyle White, executive council president; Danita Gibbs, executive council vice president; and Tiffany Philbeck, senior-class secretary.
Connie Lewis’ first-period class collected the most money and will be treated to a lunch provided by Olive Garden. Lisa Johnson’s first-period class came in a close second.

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