A day on the farm

The students of St. Timothy’s Parish School exceeded their goal of $18,000 by $500 at the St. Tim’s Marathon last October. For doing such, the students were rewarded with an all school lock-in where a challenge was set between Principal Dawn Kincs (left) and Father Meyer (right) as to who could bring in the most money for non-profit education, with the loser having to spend a day on the farm. The competition ended in a tie and both spent a Saturday working from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the farm of Sarah and Adam Goelz. Students and parents  were invited to join in the day's festivities. Peter Jude served a hot dog lunch on behalf of the Knights of Columbus. 

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