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Frankfort school donates from the heart

Indian Trail’s TOP 5 Heart Hero Ambassadors for 2018: Corey Romines, Jake Nielson, Braeden Kunz, Abby Kunz and Laila Defazio.
Indian Trail’s TOP 5 Heart Hero Ambassadors for 2018: Corey Romines, Jake Nielson, Braeden Kunz, Abby Kunz and Laila Defazio.

FRANKFORT – Fourteen years running, Indian Trail School students have learned what it takes to be a “Heart Hero.”

They raised $5,900 to support the American Heart Association’s annual “Jump Rope for Heart” fundraiser.

To support American Heart Association’s annual “Jump Rope for Heart” fundraiser, physical education teachers Fred Jacobi and Megan Shea challenge Indian Trail students to master new skills like the twister, wing ding and the popular fling.

During Heart Hero Week, student members from “The Make a Difference Club” get involved by reading heart healthy facts on the daily morning announcements.

Indian Trail’s TOP 5 Heart Hero Ambassadors for 2018 are Corey Romines, Jake Nielson, Braeden Kunz, Abby Kunz and Laila Defazio. Together, these students raised $1,200 to support The American Heart Association.

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