+ Climb for cancer
Four students from Nolan Middle School will fight cancer while swinging from the trees this weekend.
Hayley Lotozynski, Payton Rypel, Alana Kelly and Alyssa Morford, from Nolan’s Technology Student Association, are producing a video on how their TSA chapter is involved with the American Cancer Society.
They are holding a fundraising event, called “Climb for the Cure,” from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at TreeUmph! Adventure Course, 21805 State Road 70 E., Bradenton.
Individuals participating in the event should be checked in by 1:30 p.m. to access the elevated ropes course.
Patrons will receive 10% off their ticket price and another 10% will be donated to the American Cancer Society. To reserve a time online and to receive benefits, enter the online reservation code “tsa14.”
The girls will be shooting video of the event, as well.
Attendees also will enjoy a feature a silent auction, food and other festivities.
For more about TreeUmph!, visit treeumph.com.
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