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Radnor Middle School Mini-THON
Radnor Middle School is hosting a multi-hour dance marathon on Friday, April 13 from 4-10 p.m. at RMS to raise funds to support Four Diamonds at Penn State Children's Hospital.
The Mini-THON leadership committee has been inspiring the student body to get involved and participate in various fundraisers. The money raised will help cover medical expenses for families that have children battling childhood cancer, as well as support a comprehensive team of researchers that are looking for a cure.
Student participation is encouraged and registration is required. The deadline for registration is Friday, March 23.
Radnor Middle School students are invited to participate in the first-ever RMS Mini-THON. Dancers should strive to stay on their feet for the full six-hour period.
All participants should set a goal to raise a minimum of $50 for the Four Diamonds Foundation. Donations can be made online (via Donor Drive) or by check (payable to "Four Diamonds").
Staff members and parents will have an opportunity to chaperone and/or supervise at a later date.
Ms. Anne Louise Debord, Four Diamonds Representative
Ms. Chrisie Dougherty, RMS Teacher
Mr. Brad Lord, RMS Teacher
Mr. Greg McNicholas, RMS Parent
Ms. Megan Quarino, RMS Teacher
Mr. Jon Savitch, RMS Teacher
Questions? Contact a Mini-THON committee member.
About Four Diamonds
The Four Diamonds mission is to conquer childhood cancer by assisting children treated at Penn State Children’s Hospital and their families through superior care, comprehensive support and innovative research.
Since its creation in 1972, Four Diamonds has helped nearly 4,000 children and families and supported a diverse platform of childhood cancer research at Penn State Children's Hospital, seeking improved treatments and cures to benefit those around the world.
Four Diamonds covers 100 percent of all medical expenses related to cancer care not covered by insurance for eligible Four Diamonds children. Because of the community's steady and generous support, Four Diamonds has assisted 100 percent of the childhood cancer patients who have been treated at Penn State Children's Hospital.