Madera South High School Leadership members and cheer and dance teams presented a check to Sharon Johnson, the executive director of the Susan G. Komen Central Valley Breast Cancer Foundation.
During the month of October, both leadership students and members of the cheer and dance teams raised money by selling shirts, accessories and ribbons to donate to the foundation. Cal Valley Printing generously donated the ribbons where contributors could write their name and Maro’s Alterations & Croxen Advertising printed the shirts.
Various Madera South clubs and community members were part of the first ever Light the Night walk before a football game which featured local survivor Kim Wybenga. The groups raised a total of $437.25 and look forward to continuing the tradition of bringing awareness, recognizing survivors and honoring victims.