The Chant

Rally club meets for the first time this year on Wednesday, August 21. Ran by Dr. Pamela Roach and Ms. Becky Young, the club tries to help spread awareness and raise money to help scientists find a cure for childhood cancer. The club fundraises all throughout September, childhood cancer awareness month, to help find a cure.

Rally club begins

August 21, 2019

	From yellow posters to gold T-shirts, students showed their support for Rally Club, an organization that raises awareness for childhood cancer. “Rally is a club that donates money to not only raise awareness for childhood cancer, but also to raise money for the research,” senior Brittany Aguilar said. In the past, the club gradually declined, until recently when senior Cierra Walsh brought it back to life. As a foundation, Rally hopes to promote awareness for childhood cancer through fundraisers and overall support of the community, and through their determination, members will keep the club alive and prospering.

Come support RALLY!

September 21, 2018

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