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.