Key Club fights neonatal tetanus

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

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The Gravette High School Key Club raised $277 for a project of their sponsoring organization, the Gravette Kiwanis Club, to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. The club sold homecoming T-shirts and candy canes at Christmas time. The check was presented to Jay Oliphant at a recent Kiwanis club meeting. Making the presentation were Deanna Marta, Key Club president, and members Haley House, Aleeya Walker, Stormi Pierce and Russell Sharp.

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