If you’re an avid or even frequent reader of our blog, you may have heard of the students from Hamilton Township. For years they’ve provided a colorful and exuberant presence on Race day. This year more than 200 student volunteers served as a “Human Barricade,” and helped to organize a busy Start-line area. For the fifth year in a row they won the High School Team Challenge award, as they registered 916 students, staff, faculty members. Amazing! The leader behind the students‘ involvement is Carole Morbitzer, whom Susan G. Komen for the Cure honored with the 2011 “Outstanding Volunteer of the Year” award out of thousands of volunteers worldwide.
Hamilton Township students added another element to the Race this year, and organized and choreographed a flash mob at our onsite registration location at Easton in the week prior to the Race.
For all the help, support and inspiration these students have provided for our affiliate, they now need something from us.
Organizers have again applied for a TrueHero grant and the money from the grant will be used to help pay for a portion of the students’ registration fees for the 2012 Komen Columbus Race for the Cure. All of the money received from the grant will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
The awards will be granted to the community service projects receiving the most eligible votes from the general public during the current school year. So….They need need your vote now!
To vote: Please visit their page at Truehero.org.
Click “Vote” under “HTHS Rangers for the Cure – Hamilton HS” and you will receive this message:
“Thanks for voting, but your vote cannot be tallied until you confirm your vote. You should receive an email shortly with a link that can be used to validate your vote.”
Make sure you validate your vote by clicking on the link in the email that you receive after casting your vote. Voting will end on June 30, but if you have more than one email address, you can vote more than once!
Please pass the link on to all your family and friends!