That’s right! Thanks to the outstanding efforts of our amazing children at Mariemont Elementary School, we raised $14,550 for the American Heart Association’s 2018 Kids Heart Challenge! What a great accomplishment! A huge congratulations are in order for our top fundraiser, Bailey Bartlett, who brought in an incredible $660. Nice work, Bailey! Arjun Newcomb won the drawing for the scooter giveaway. Niiiiice! Thanks again, all!     
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Ms. Steiger’s 4th-grade class! Huge congrats to Ms. Steiger’s students who submitted over 300 box tops!! Wow. Wow. Wow. Thank you to everyone who collected and sent in their box tops. Our collection progress can be tracked here (enter “Mariemont” in the search box, then select our school — not the school in Ohio. Ha!). Keep up those collection efforts. We are planning another Box Top Drive in the Spring of 2019.
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Thank you for making this year’s Fall Carnival the best yet! We had beautiful weather and an amazing day full of memories and fun. First and foremost, we must thank our co-chairs for their time, effort, energy, enthusiasm, and undying devotion to making the Fall Carnival the best it can possibly be — this year and for the past several years! THANK YOU to Elizabeth Hastings and Elaine Rubin. We would also like to thank our Fall Carnival 2018 committee for their immense amount of work and dedication that went into planning and execution of such an epic event. Thank 
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The Book Fair has been a tradition at Mariemont for over a decade. With that in mind, this year’s event was one of the most successful Book Fair in the history of Mariemont Book Fairs! The $20,200 in merchandise sales generated were ~$1,200 more than last year. Of this total, Mariemont gets 25%, or $5,050. Not bad for a week’s worth of work*. *Actually, there was more than just the week of the Book Fair. Months of planning, hours of volunteer time before, during, and after Book Fair Week, and so on and so on. An enormous Mariemont THANK YOU to our 
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$2,100 raised. By 5th graders. At Mariemont. Not too shabby, huh? The”Kids Helping Kids Dinner” has been a Mariemont tradition for the past five years. 5th graders host a potluck dinner and collect donations to support the greater Mariemont community and other outside organizations. This year, the 5th graders collected donations totaling $2100 — money used for the Ralph Richardson Center (RRC) to purchase equipment for their adaptive PE program. Thanks to Shallon Elliott for being an amazing event organizer. Thanks to Julia and Pete Maldonado for donating the churros. Thanks to all the kiddos who worked before and during this event to 
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