Wranglerettes raise more than $10,000 for St Jude

In Lifestyle by Reporter News

The Friendswood High School Wranglerettes will help to KICK CANCER at the Annual St. Jude’s GIVE THANKS Walk on November 23rd in Houston.

After attending the GIVE THANKS Walk Kick-Off party on October 2nd at BBVA Compass Plaza, the Wranglerette’s director, Ashley Marmaro, the Social Officers, and volunteer, Lisa Prendergrast, were encouraged to help this year’s event.

“We are proud to help because we GIVE THANKS that a place like St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital exists and gives hope to parents around the world; we GIVE THANKS for the researchers working day and night at St. Jude to help find a cure to end childhood cancer; and, we GIVE THANKS for all the healthy kids in their life and want to help those who are not,” Wranglerette Social Officers said.

No family ever pays St. Jude for anything and the Wranglerettes need the community’s support to reach their fundraising goal because just one child saved at St. Jude means thousands more saved worldwide. Thanks to donors like the community of Friendswood, St. Jude can speed its research discoveries directly from its labs to patients, doctors and scientists everywhere.

For information on how to donate or to walk along side the Wranglerettes, go to www.fhswranglerettes.teamr.com.

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