Lincoln Elementary School raises $700 for Oklahoma tornado relief
Red Cross Manager Nancy Rutledge and Volunteer Param Singh receive a contribution of $700 from Lincoln Elementary Students from Macomb.
MACOMB, Ill. (WGEM) -
Lincoln Elementary School students did their part to help raise money for those affected by the recently deadly tornadoes in Oklahoma.
Students at the Macomb elementary school raised $700 in May for the American Red Cross.
"I want to express a huge thanks to the teachers and students of Lincoln Elementary for their generous support," said Nancy Rutledge, manager of the LaMoine Valley Chapter of the Red Cross. "These funds will help people in Oklahoma to rebuild their lives and recover from such a difficult time.
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