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Letter: Help United Way ... one day it could help you

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From: Adisyn Ross, Layla Sanders, Ava Galliher and Libby Bronkella


Received: Oct. 29

United Way needs our help raising $4 million. Second-graders at CSA-Lincoln are helping lead the United Way campaign at our school. United Way helps our community in many ways, and it is important that it gets our support. CSA-Lincoln’s campaign for United Way will be from Oct. 28 to Nov. 8.

Our school is doing several things to help raise money. Today on Halloween, students can dress up like a book character for $1. Next week, at lunch, second-graders and student council members will collect money for students to vote for a teacher to kiss a pig. The teacher with the most money raised will have to kiss the pig Nov. 8. If we make our goal of raising $1,000 or more, Mr. Phillips, our principal, will wear a tutu to school for the whole day.

We should help United Way because one day United Way can help you. It helps people with clothes, school supplies, medicine, housing and more important things you need to live. That is why it is important for us to raise money to help United Way.

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