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Nevada Union Students Walk to Raise Money

They are walking over a mile and raising thousands of dollars. They are the entire student body of Nevada Union High School, and you might see them tomorrow during their third annual walk-a-thon. Each Student is asked to get 200 dollars in pledges for the event, with money going to all kinds of school programs. Organizer Marty Lombardi says the idea came from his high school in San Francisco…

Listen to Marty Lombardi 1

After a morning rally, the kids will walk down Hughes Road, turn left on East Main Street, and then walk back up Sierra College Drive back to the school.

Listen to Marty Lombardi 2

Half of the money raised goes to clubs and programs, a quarter of it goes to construction of an on-campus fitness center and the other quarter goes to a Class of 2017 campus beautification project.

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