The Poultney High School Student Council would like to extend a heartfelt thank-you to the Poultney community for showing up and supporting our first ever Walk for Cancer. Through you and other generous donors, we raised upward of $1,200 to donate to the Stand Up To Cancer organization in the memory of John Davenport. With your donations we hope that others who have cancer will eventually have a cure and this disease will eventually be eradicated from our history. Events like this show how strong our community really is, and what we can accomplish as one voice, determined to stand up to cancer. Once again, we thank you for your generosity and hope to see you come back next year.
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