Walk-A-Thon Sparks Field Day Competition In September

By J1 Reporter Reagan Rosenbaum Walk-A-Thon (WAT) is the biggest fundraiser that Marian High School has every year. Each class is given the challenge to raise as much money as they can to try and reach their class goal in only five short weeks. Students will set up car washes, bake sales and lemonade stands […]

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Thrift-a-Thon Sparks New Way to Raise Money, Express Creativity

By J1 Reporter Maggie Morris Marian Student Board hosted its first ever Thrift-a-Thon on Saturday, Sept. 18. This event helped raise money for Walk-a-Thon (WAT), Marian’s only student-led fundraiser. Student Board originally had the idea for a “rummage sale” at Marian, but since it was too last minute to take place at the school, sophomore […]

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Absentees Required to Make up the Walk

By J1 Reporter Courtney Long Every year, Marian students look forward to donating money and walking the route assigned to their grade on the special day that is called Walk-A-Thon. Walk-A-Thon was scheduled for Friday, Sept. 24. Students who could not make it to WAT, are still required to walk with an assigned supervisor. This […]

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Classes go Above and Beyond, Ensuring Successful Bake Sales

 By J1 Reporter Ellie Cusick On Sept. 24, Marian students walk in the halls hearing murmurs of hope, fear, and uncertainty from their classmates. It is the day of Walk-A-Thon. This day marks the results of four weeks worth of hard work.     Marian holds a school-wide fundraising event where each grade competes to not […]

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Door-to-door horrors motivate girls to find other ways to raise money

By J1 Reporter Jackie Blossom To raise money for Walk-A-Thon (WAT), Marian girls come up with many creative ways to reach their class goal. Going door to door is one of the many ways girls try to collect money. Girls go to their neighbors and ask for a donation to help with tuition, but some […]

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