Monday, December 9, 2019

Shenandoah Valley Holds 4.62K to Benefit Four Diamonds

A group of Shenandoah Valley students have decided to conduct a number of fundraisers throughout the school year to benefit the Four Diamonds, an organization whose mission is to conquer childhood cancer children by assisting children & their families being treated at the Penn State Children’s Hospital through superior care, comprehensive support, and innovative research.

This called SV Mini Thon 4.62 K was held on November 30, 2019 and was coordinated by SV teachers, Jamie Buriak, Kevin Keating, and Anthony Pytko.

Brandon Stasulli was the overall race winner and men's winner, and Christen Snyder finished first for the women.

Shown in the photo are the top runners who placed in their respective age categories. First row L-R: Brooke Welna, Peyton Butz, Diego Olato, April Shaffer & Tony Happel. Second Row: Tony Pytko, Russe Mostko, Ed Burke, James Kane, John Pytko, & Mandy Fitzpatrick. Third Row: Keith Northey, Hunter Davis, Brandon Stasulli, Conner Stasulli, Nick Miskar, & Christen Synder.

(Submitted Photo / Robert Yudinsky / Shenandoah Valley SD)

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