North High Dance Marathon Raises $6,356 for Children’s Miracle Network
The North High School Student Council partnered with UnityPoint Health-St. Luke’s Children’s Miracle Network to hold the 4th Annual North High Dance Marathon this month, raising over $6,356.
Dance Marathons across the country positively affect the lives of children facing immediate or long-term health challenges by increasing awareness and raising money for the Children’s Miracle Network.
The North High Dance Marathon featured Miracle Moments, dancing for the kids, and competitions among the participants. Student Council members raised funds for the event by collecting sponsorship from local businesses, selling Children’s Miracle Network balloons, and participant registration fees.
The Miracle Maker Sponsors included the Family Medicine Center, One-Eyed Jack’s Bar & Grill, Visiting Angels Assisted Living, Central Bank, Dr. Brittany Korver in Shopko Eyecare, and J & J Fitting, LLC.
The Student Council hopes the event helped unite the Siouxland community in raising awareness and funds for the UnityPoint Health-St. Luke’s Children’s Miracle Network.