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T-Shirts sold, supporting Partsch

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Jessica Hogan

Biology teacher Heather Partsch was recently diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a type of cancer that has a high cure rate with chemotherapy. From Monday Mar. 11 through Wednesday Mar. 13, Jessica Hogan and Shawna Myers will be selling t-shirts for $10 in support of research for Hodgkin’s lymphoma. 

“I would do t-shirts for anybody in the situation Mrs. Partsch is in, but the reason that we’re doing it is to raise money for the lymphoma research that could be done to help people like Mrs. Partsch, who is one of my dear friends,” Hogan said. 

All order forms are to be turned in by the end of the day Wed. Mar. 13 to Myers in room A321 or to Hogan in room B318. Students are invited to wear them on Mar. 28 to show Partsch support as she fights cancer. 

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Ash Carini, Reporter
Hey! I'm Ash! This is my second year on staff. My interests are photography, music, running, and drawing. My biggest goal for after I graduate is going to the Air Force. Besides being involved with Mountain Echo, I am a distance runner on the track team, I do silks, I am on the yearbook staff and I am in student council. I am excited to be on the Mountain Echo staff this year,and I can't wait to see what it brings me to:)

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