Feb 7, 2016 - From staff reportsThe goal is to raise $10,000 with all money going to the family of Kaiden Burk for medical expenses.
Wind River High School is hosting its seventh annual service week to raise money to offset medical costs for Kaiden Burk, a Wind River student who has had several brain surgeries in order to stop a debilitating seizure disorder.
The goal is to raise $10,000 to be given to the student.
A silent auction is held Friday, Feb. 12, during the home basketball games against Lyman at 5:30 p.m. (girls) and 7 p.m. (boys). Any donations for the silent auction would be appreciated. Take items to the high school office before Thursday, Feb. 11.
Wind River Service Week
Theme: Seize the Opportunity
Wind River Middle School and High School
Monday, Feb. 8: Senior Day (Dress as an old person)
6:15 - dodgeball tournament, $20 per team (6-8 members per team)
Tuesday, Feb. 9: Decade Day (choose any
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