Tuesday, January 26, 2021


Maxwell FBLA hosts Annual March for Dimes fundraiser

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By: Allison Costa – Maxwell FBLA Reporter

On Friday, Febuary 4, the Maxwell FBLA chapter held its annual Dash-for-Cash fundraiser at the Maxwell High School basketball game vs. Chester.¬† This fundraiser is to help the March of Dimes organization. March of Dimes is a non-profit organization that helps to prevent birth defects and promotes a healthy childhood and youth.¬† FBLA is the largest youth volunteer source for March of Dimes.¬† This year, with the help of Maxwell basketball fans, FBLA raised $108.¬† Ashley Azevedo won, but chose Liam deWit as her dasher.¬† Liam collected $22 in twenty-five seconds. Ashley generously gave Liam $11 for his hard work, while donating the other half back.¬† Maxwell FBLA, along with their sponsor Blue & Gold, will donate $108 to the March of Dimes organization.¬† Maxwell FBLA would like to thank the fans for their donations, Blue & Gold for their sponsorship, and March of Dimes for their very important and worthwhile contributions to America‚Äôs youth. ‚Ė†

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