Number of Participants: 5
Hours Donated: 28
Value of Time Served: $1,183
Event Amount Raised: $7,500
Event Type: Health & Medicine
Date: December 6, 2022
Smithtown High School West
The Relay For Life at Smithtown High School West recently won a national competition, raising $7,500 in the fight against cancer. During a four-week span from October through November, High School West students raised the most money out of 31 other high school relay events in the country.
The American Cancer Society competition was titled “Fall Fumble.” It was a bracket style tournament where each week High School West faced off against one school to see who could fundraise more that week.
The championship round was Nov. 29 and High School West won the final round.
The Smithtown School District congratulates relay chairs Amanda Froehlich, Gracie Caroppoli, Erin Fels and Madelyn Law. They were joined by Smithtown High School West Assistant Principal Annemarie Freund and High School West advisers Dillon Archer and Cathy Abbott for a group picture.
All donations go to the American Cancer Society.
Photo caption: The winning Relay For Life team at Smithtown High School West
Photos courtesy of Smithtown CSD