The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.


Divide Elementary

During the month of April, Divide Elementary School students in Lookout brought in their coins for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life (Coins for a Cure). This collection marked the tenth year of participation in this very important fundraiser. Principal Steve Rhodes, along with Shelby Sweet and Mary Brown, rewarded the students with a sherbet party. The Ansted Center (Genesis Healthcare) worked together with Rhodes to coordinate the event which brought in a total of $716.59. Also lending a hand were the employees of the Fayette County National Express Bank, who counted and wrapped all the coins.