Best Buddies holds fro-yo fundraiser

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Best Buddies holds fro-yo fundraiser

Jared Peterson '17 (left), John Kyhl '(center), and Alyssa Noe '17 (right), hang out at Orange Leaf to raise money for Best Buddies. The fundraiser took place Jan 31.

Jared Peterson '17 (left), John Kyhl '(center), and Alyssa Noe '17 (right), hang out at Orange Leaf to raise money for Best Buddies. The fundraiser took place Jan 31.

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Jared Peterson '17 (left), John Kyhl '(center), and Alyssa Noe '17 (right), hang out at Orange Leaf to raise money for Best Buddies. The fundraiser took place Jan 31.

Grace Ballesteros

Jared Peterson '17 (left), John Kyhl '(center), and Alyssa Noe '17 (right), hang out at Orange Leaf to raise money for Best Buddies. The fundraiser took place Jan 31.

The high schools’ Best Buddies chapter, part of a nation-wide organization where students can connect with their classmates with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD’s), spent the evening from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Orange Leaf on NW 86th St. Jan. 31. Ten percent of the proceeds from that night were donated to the Best Buddies organization and the buddies got to have fun while promoting a good cause. “It was really fun,” Emily Wozniczka ’19 said. “It [was] a great way to support not only the Best Buddies program, but the school as well.”

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