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Jack Devlin: Support Nevada Union’s Walkathon

On Sept. 23, Nevada Union High School is holding its second annual Walkathon. Started as an athletic fundraiser, this event now includes the entire student body as well as teachers, staff and administrators.

The goal of the Walkathon is not only to raise funds, but also to build community by bringing students together to support our school.

Students will be leaving NU at 9:30 a.m. and walking approximately two miles in a loop including Hughes Road, East Main Street, and Sierra College Drive. The proceeds from the Walkathon will support all students at NU, with funding going to various clubs, programs and enrichment at the high school.

Donors may choose a program or club on campus to support. There are many ways for the community to support this fundraiser, from monetary donations to simply cheering us on as we walk. For more information, visit http://www.nuwalkathon.org or call 530-273-3351. Thank you for your support!

Jack Devlin, senior

Nevada Union High School

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