Greywolf Elementary goes jogging … for funds

Greywolf Elementary goes jogging … for funds

Thirty minutes of exercise, with a big payoff.

Greywolf Elementary students made their annual trek around their playfield on Oct. 31 doing their part in the Greywolf Parent-Teacher Association’s Jog-A-Thon, the PTA’s biggest fundraiser of the year.

Sporting plenty of orange and black (in keeping with the holiday), youths took 30 minutes from their day for their sponsored run/jog/walk, as the PTA looked to raise about $12,000.

Funds raised pay for special activities and programs, and a free yearbook for students.

See photos from the event here.

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