Season High Crowd on Hand for Dash for Cash
(Green Bay, WI) - The Green Bay Gamblers and North Shore Bank teamed up this past Saturday (1/18/20) to raise $18,350.00 for local high, middle and elementary schools. A season-high crowd of 5,526 attended the game. North Shore Bank has served as the "Presenting" sponsor of Dash for Cash since 2013.
This year's dash featured a record amount of money ($12,500) and teachers (36). Schools in the communities of Algoma, Appleton, Brillion, DePere, Green Bay, Greenville, Howard, Kaukauna, Kewaunee, Kimberly, Marinette, Menasha, Mishicot, New London, Pulaski, Suamico and Wrightstown were represented.
Since 2013, the Teachers Dash for Cash has raised the following amounts for area schools:
*Funds generated through Dash for Cash and ticket sales
Participating schools in the 2020 Dash for Cash include:
Green Bay West and Mishicot
Brillion, Freedom, Marinette New London and Pulaski
Algoma, Barlow Park, Bay View, Beaumont, Brillion, Butte des Morts, Dickinson, Evans, Gegan, Glenbrook, Hemlock Creek, Howard, Kewaunee, Meadowbrook, North Greenville, O.H. Schultz, Sullivan, Sunrise, Westwood, Wilder and Wrightstown
Private & Charter Schools
Father Allouez, John Dewey Academy, Our Lady of Lourdes, Park Community Charter School, St. John Lutheran, St. Mark's Lutheran and St. Thomas Aquinas.
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