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McTeacher Night brings in donations for East Elementary

McTeacher Night brings in donations for East Elementary
April 09
07:04 2018

Last week, East Elementary School teachers volunteered to work at the Breckenridge McDonald’s for a couple of hours to raise funds for the school’s PTO. At the conclusion of Mcteacher Night, the owners of the local restaurant presented PTO President Kim Fuller with two checks totaling $1,800.

That included the profits earned during the event, as well as a personal donation from Breckenridge McDonald’s owners David and Carol Whealy. Additionally, the organization received another $300 in direct donations at the event.

Proceeds from the event will contribute to the PTO’s ongoing fundraising efforts for updated and new playground equipment at East Elementary.

Cutline, top photo: All of the profits earned during last week’s McTeacher Night at the Breckenridge McDonald’s have been donated to the school’s PTO and will be used for new playground equipment. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

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