RV junior high staff downs high school staff in charity game

| March 28, 2014

WARSAW – The River View Junior High Staff once again took down the high school staff in the district’s annual charity basketball game.

The junior high team won, 27-25, but the game was about much more than bragging rights. It also was a way to raise funds for Relay for Life, a cause that is very important to River View students and staffs.

“Relay for Life has been a tradition of ours since 2006, when we did it in honor of Judy Dolick,” said Melanie Kunze, who organizes the district’s Relay for Life activities. “The staff looks forward to our fundraisers. We do a lot of goofy things. We play powder puff in the fall, have this game and then in April will do our club challenge at the high school. It’s a lot of work to organize activities, but it’s all worth it and fun.”

The basketball game raised well over $300 for the district’s Relay for Life team.

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