On Monday, August 27, 2018, four organizations in the Cape community generously contributed one thousand dollars each for 50 Cape Henlopen High School students to see the Broadway play To Kill A Mockingbird in NYC this coming December 5th. Donating sponsors include the Rehoboth Beach Village Improvement Association (VIA), Big Fish Charitable Foundation, Cape Henlopen Education Foundation (CHEF), and the Carl M. Freeman Foundation. CHHS English teachers and chaperones will bring these students to see the novel they studied in class come to life on the professional stage. The students invited to participate will be based on classroom performance, growth goals, and emotional or financial need. The ultimate goal is to make this trip cost-free for the students, so more donations are needed in order to make this opportunity a reality. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to contribute.
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