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By Andi Bourne

Third Grader Raises $428 for Tanzania Milk Program


Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Third-grader Reece Fowler working his hot chocolate, coffee and cookie stand Friday, Dec. 23 outside Cory's Valley Market. His father Chad (left) helped him build the stand and his mother Amanda made the 200 cookies that he sold.

SEELEY LAKE – Seeley Lake Elementary third-grader Reece Fowler took his class writing assignment to the next level. After selling hot drinks and cookies outside of Cory's Valley Market Dec. 23 and 24, he raised $428 for the Tanzania School Milk Feeding Program, nearly doubling his $250 goal.

Reece wrote a paper about what he could do to help poor people. For his assignment, he chose to make a hot chocolate stand and donate the money he raised to poor people in Tanzania.

"I saw this website [] and thought it would be a good thing. It just sounded fun to me. I know that [the...

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