MJHS PRESENTS CHECK TO RED CROSS
Published: April 7, 2014
Morton Junior High presented a check to the Red Cross for tornado relief on Friday. Four MJHS students, center, came up with the idea of selling wristbands to raise money for the Red Cross. In total, they raised about $3,300. They also sold 100 bracelets to Paula Shopiro, left, the mother of their teacher, Jessica Heller, second from left. Mrs. Shopiro sold the bracelets to co-workers at Experion, an information and marketing solutions company in Schaumburg. She raised an additional $2,000 for the Red Cross. Also pictured is John Wahlfeld, second from right, from the Red Cross and MJHS Assistant Principal Chris Carter.