Pop tab collection champs


Braydon Gardner, first grader in Mrs. Doeffinger’s class at Point Pleasant Primary School, pictured, made the largest individual donation of pop tabs to the Holdyn Keefer pop tab drive, with nearly 100 pounds of aluminum tabs collected. All proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. Gardner collected tabs from 48 different people, with the longest distance being from Colorado. PPPS held the collection drive for Keefer who is a fellow student. Also pictured, Ronald McDonald who showed up to support the school’s efforts.


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Many schools in Mason County, as well as local businesses, also made donations to the Holdyn Keefer pop tab drive held at Point Pleasant Primary School and donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. According to Principal Vickie Workman: “The support has been amazing!” PPPS had a grand total of 786 pounds and 12 ounces of aluminum tabs to be donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Pictured is the class which collected the most tabs, which was Mrs. Saunders and Miss Peggy’s kindergarten class. That class collect over 200 pounds of aluminum tabs. Miss Peggy’s daughter, speech therapist Amy Frazie, from Scioto County, Ohio, was instrumental in sending this class to the winner’s circle as her school made a very large donation in honor of Holdyn Keefer. This awesome turnout warranted a visit from Ronald McDonald himself.


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Braydon Gardner, first grader in Mrs. Doeffinger’s class at Point Pleasant Primary School, pictured, made the largest individual donation of pop tabs to the Holdyn Keefer pop tab drive, with nearly 100 pounds of aluminum tabs collected. All proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. Gardner collected tabs from 48 different people, with the longest distance being from Colorado. PPPS held the collection drive for Keefer who is a fellow student. Also pictured, Ronald McDonald who showed up to support the school’s efforts.

Many schools in Mason County, as well as local businesses, also made donations to the Holdyn Keefer pop tab drive held at Point Pleasant Primary School and donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. According to Principal Vickie Workman: “The support has been amazing!” PPPS had a grand total of 786 pounds and 12 ounces of aluminum tabs to be donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Pictured is the class which collected the most tabs, which was Mrs. Saunders and Miss Peggy’s kindergarten class. That class collect over 200 pounds of aluminum tabs. Miss Peggy’s daughter, speech therapist Amy Frazie, from Scioto County, Ohio, was instrumental in sending this class to the winner’s circle as her school made a very large donation in honor of Holdyn Keefer. This awesome turnout warranted a visit from Ronald McDonald himself.

Braydon Gardner, first grader in Mrs. Doeffinger’s class at Point Pleasant Primary School, pictured, made the largest individual donation of pop tabs to the Holdyn Keefer pop tab drive, with nearly 100 pounds of aluminum tabs collected. All proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. Gardner collected tabs from 48 different people, with the longest distance being from Colorado. PPPS held the collection drive for Keefer who is a fellow student. Also pictured, Ronald McDonald who showed up to support the school’s efforts.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/06/web1_6.3-PPR-Students-1.jpgBraydon Gardner, first grader in Mrs. Doeffinger’s class at Point Pleasant Primary School, pictured, made the largest individual donation of pop tabs to the Holdyn Keefer pop tab drive, with nearly 100 pounds of aluminum tabs collected. All proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. Gardner collected tabs from 48 different people, with the longest distance being from Colorado. PPPS held the collection drive for Keefer who is a fellow student. Also pictured, Ronald McDonald who showed up to support the school’s efforts. PPPS/Courtesy

Many schools in Mason County, as well as local businesses, also made donations to the Holdyn Keefer pop tab drive held at Point Pleasant Primary School and donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. According to Principal Vickie Workman: “The support has been amazing!” PPPS had a grand total of 786 pounds and 12 ounces of aluminum tabs to be donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Pictured is the class which collected the most tabs, which was Mrs. Saunders and Miss Peggy’s kindergarten class. That class collect over 200 pounds of aluminum tabs. Miss Peggy’s daughter, speech therapist Amy Frazie, from Scioto County, Ohio, was instrumental in sending this class to the winner’s circle as her school made a very large donation in honor of Holdyn Keefer. This awesome turnout warranted a visit from Ronald McDonald himself.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/06/web1_6.3-PPR-Students-2.jpgMany schools in Mason County, as well as local businesses, also made donations to the Holdyn Keefer pop tab drive held at Point Pleasant Primary School and donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Huntington. According to Principal Vickie Workman: “The support has been amazing!” PPPS had a grand total of 786 pounds and 12 ounces of aluminum tabs to be donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Pictured is the class which collected the most tabs, which was Mrs. Saunders and Miss Peggy’s kindergarten class. That class collect over 200 pounds of aluminum tabs. Miss Peggy’s daughter, speech therapist Amy Frazie, from Scioto County, Ohio, was instrumental in sending this class to the winner’s circle as her school made a very large donation in honor of Holdyn Keefer. This awesome turnout warranted a visit from Ronald McDonald himself. PPPS/Courtesy