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MadaLynn Raises Awareness In Grandfather’s Honor

By MadaLynn Rocha — O’NEALS — Every year the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) holds an annual seven week campaign that specially selects students from the Central Valley for participation. For seven weeks students advocate to raise awareness and funds for blood cancer research. In November of 2017 my grandfather, Richard Tobin, was diagnosed with stage 4 large B-cell lymphoma. ...

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Minarets Student Raising Money For Cancer Research

O’NEALS — The Leukemia Lymphoma Society (LLS) is a nonprofit organization that raises awareness and money for patients affected by cancer, patients’ families, and research. The LLS chooses students from all throughout the Central Valley based on the leadership skills they demonstrate. I was lucky enough to be nominated as the LLS Student Of the Year, which means I will ...

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Jordyn And Lauryn Ride To Rein In Hunger

By Lauryn Martin and Jordyn Samper — COARSEGOLD — As part of our graduating requirements, we are responsible for completing a senior project known as the Senior Legacy Experience, which is unique to our school. Our project entails creating an event and fundraiser, as well as working nearly countless volunteer hours for a community service project. To make everything successful for our SLE ...

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Makayla Demeusy Hosts Dinner For Dream Center

COARSEGOLD — Minarets student Makayla Demeusy invites the community to a very special dinner that will benefit a church mission while giving locals a chance to dress up and dine out. “For my Senior Project I am having an Elegant Dinner and Silent Auction,” explains Makayla, 17, of the event that’s set for Friday, Apr. 15 at the Coarsegold Community ...

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Minarets Student Holds Wheelchair Drive

By Rachel Hooker, Tally Scott & Greta Ziegler O’NEALS – My name is Rachel Hooker and I am doing a wheelchair drive for my Senior Legacy Experience (SLE).  I feel a strong connection to this charity because, in my Junior year of high school, my dad was diagnosed with cancer/brain tumor and has mobility issues.  Many people who suffer from ...

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