This year, Goin' Balders had even more to be excited about than raising money for cancer research. Thanks to Kiss 98.5's continued support, both students and teachers had a chance to win Kiss the Summer Hello 2011 tickets for the June 4th concert! Every student who raised $300 received one free ticket to the show, but it didn't end there. Students also had a chance to become a "B4B VIP" with DJ Anthony, with the top student fundraiser at each school receiving two special passes to the concert's VIP tent!
This Sunday, June 12, the Yroswell Street Team will volunteer at RPCI's Cancer Survivors Day celebration for patients, survivors and their families.
Keep an eye on the Yroswell facebook page for photos from the carnival-themed event next week!
On May 31, 2011, more than 30 local teenagers gathered at Clarence High School for an event to spread awareness of the dangers of in-store tobacco marketing.
The event, held in conjunction with World No Tobacco Day, featured youth speaking out against the tobacco industry's marketing to children, as well as individuals who wrote "I've seen enough" on their hands and covering their eyes for photographs.