The Cape Henlopen School District is grateful for the donations of two local organizations that will help provide much-needed items for the homeless students in the District. On November 24th the Cape Henlopen High School Class of 1988 held their 30-year reunion with a theme of “Reunion with a Purpose.” The organizers of the event, Tracey Zigman, and Meggin Holtzclaw, presented the District with a check of the donations from their classmates. The Big Fish Foundation also recently presented a check for $5,000 after hearing about the number of students in need throughout the District. Donations like the two of these will help provide students with items throughout the school year including clothing, hygiene products, pillows and other various needs that arise.
Brian Mann of the Big Fish Foundation presents a check to Dave McDowell, Shawna Steinmann, and Jenny Nauman.
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