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Ohio Hi-Point students raise $1,500 for Triad student

Students at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center heard about Wyatt Wenger through Early Childhood Instructor, Angie Walls, and felt inspired to do something.

(Pictured: Back row, left to right: Jo'Dawn Parisse (Graham), Kelly Engle (Waynesfield-Goshen), Donna Beale (Culinary Arts Instructor), Angie Walls (Early Childhood Education Instructor), Ashley Skaggs (Marysville), Hartley Ray (Ridgemont).
Front row: Wyatt's service dog, Joy, Wyatt Wenger, Meriah Wenger)

Wyatt suffered a brain stroke over the summer and is currently undergoing chemotherapy at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

Early Childhood Education and Culinary students lead the charge for a month-long fundraising effort to assist Wyatt and his family, raising $1,505 for Wyatt and his family.

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is now seeking a partnership with Ohio Hi-Point for continued fundraising efforts.

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