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This photo shows Health Careers Club Members with a check for local Lewistown family.

Left to Right: Health Careers Club Members - Michael Allen, Riley Bishop, Alexis Mendez, Stacey Shew, Kati Stine, Alexis Inzerillo, Gabrielle Manbeck, Karissa Zagurskie, and Brandi Owens

South Hills Community News Release

LEWISTOWN — Each month, members from the Health Careers Club at South Hills School of Business & Technology’s Lewistown Campus make it a priority to raise money in an effort to give back to the community.

In late December 2018, the students raised $100 to donate to a local Lewistown family whose pup, Tripp, was recently hit by a car and required surgery. When the students heard about this unfortunate situation, they wanted to lend a helping hand to assist with the unexpected veterinary bills.

 
 

In October, to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the students held a taco lunch sale from which they raised $60. The members then decided to donate $40 from their club account to bring the total to $100, which was then donated to the Susan G. Komen® foundation.

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