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Can't stop the music
Evan Maconochie sings Elton John's song "Tiny Dancer" while Jarrett Holtslag plays the music on the piano. (
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February 06, 2013 -
Despite school being cancelled due to the weather on Jan. 28, the Clarkston High School's Charity Week began with a bang.
They raised $3,000 at their C-Factor Talent Showcase, featuring talent from the high school and the junior high school.
They raised $1,616 from the Jimmy V Volleyball tournament on Wednesday. With other activities throughout the week they raised over $7,500 (not counting donations for DRAW.)
The donations will go to DRAW, Jimmy V Foundation, The Rainbow Connection and CureSearch.
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