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Kenedy students raise funds for child welfare board
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Kenedy High School Student Council sold lollipops as a fundraiser for the Karnes County Child Welfare Board. The students are shown presenting a check to Neva Schmidt, Child Welfare Board President. Participants were (back row): Teryn Schmidt, Raleigh Morales (president), Jo Rahmes (secretary), Jadran Ramirez, Robby Gutierrez, Devyn Schultz, Travis Vickery; (middle): Kerry Schmidt, Alex Miller, Priscilla Torres (vice-president), Morgan Garcia, Laurel Vickery, Lauren Limbrick, Aaron Mireles; (front): top seller #2 Gailynn Morales, Megan Moy (treasurer), top seller #1 Dustin Soto, Mrs. Moy, sponsor.  The Karnes County Child Welfare Board provides support to children in foster care.  The only means of funds the board has had was from the United Way, however they no longer have a local chapter, therefore the board only gains funds through donated jury fees.
Kenedy High School Student Council sold lollipops as a fundraiser for the Karnes County Child Welfare Board. The students are shown presenting a check to Neva Schmidt, Child Welfare Board President. Participants were (back row): Teryn Schmidt, Raleigh Morales (president), Jo Rahmes (secretary), Jadran Ramirez, Robby Gutierrez, Devyn Schultz, Travis Vickery; (middle): Kerry Schmidt, Alex Miller, Priscilla Torres (vice-president), Morgan Garcia, Laurel Vickery, Lauren Limbrick, Aaron Mireles; (front): top seller #2 Gailynn Morales, Megan Moy (treasurer), top seller #1 Dustin Soto, Mrs. Moy, sponsor. The Karnes County Child Welfare Board provides support to children in foster care. The only means of funds the board has had was from the United Way, however they no longer have a local chapter, therefore the board only gains funds through donated jury fees.
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Kenedy High School Student Council sold lollipops as a fundraiser for the Karnes County Child Welfare Board. The students are shown presenting a check to Neva Schmidt, Child Welfare Board President. Participants were (back row): Teryn Schmidt, Raleigh Morales (president), Jo Rahmes (secretary), Jadran Ramirez, Robby Gutierrez, Devyn Schultz, Travis Vickery; (middle): Kerry Schmidt, Alex Miller, Priscilla Torres (vice-president), Morgan Garcia, Laurel Vickery, Lauren Limbrick, Aaron Mireles; (front): top seller #2 Gailynn Morales, Megan Moy (treasurer), top seller #1 Dustin Soto, Mrs. Moy, sponsor. The Karnes County Child Welfare Board provides support to children in foster care. The only means of funds the board has had was from the United Way, however they no longer have a local chapter, therefore the board only gains funds through donated jury fees.
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