brain injury campHENDERSON, Ky. (11/25/13) - The Henderson County High School Climate group, an anti-bullying, student-led club, organized a fundraising effort a few weeks ago to benefit the Brain Injury Adventure Camp (BIAC) in Robards, Kentucky.

Students and staff at the high school paid a fee to dress up for Halloween and then held costume contests during each lunch period for students and one overall contest for teachers. In total, the Climate group raised $275 which they presented by check to Tim Johns, the Founder and director of the BIAC.
 
For more information contact Jamie Like, District Social Worker, Special Education, at (270) 831-8769.

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