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Mini-Dance Marathon 2018 Outcome

Tate Weaver, Writer

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Seniors Grace Duffy, Alexis Peterson and Maddy Holmstedt smiling for a picture while dancing.

This year’s Mini-Dance Marathon involved Jack Hoeger’s campaign, I Know Jack Foundation, which helped contribute to a larger number of students attending. This year’s dance had over 60 kids attend and the club raised over $2,300. They danced from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. with an occasional few showing up late or leaving early. Proceeds will go to both the I Know Jack foundation and the University of Iowa’s Dance Marathon, which proceeds from that go to University of Iowa’s Children’s Health Hospital.  James Tolly, sr., was the DJ for the night, and the speaker was Jennifer Hoeger, Jack’s mom.

Anyone who is willing to learn more about the I know Jack Foundation or would like to donate, please click the link here.

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