Students in the Plymouth Community School Corporation are gearing up for the Riley Dance Marathon with a fundraising Chicken and Noodle Dinner this Thursday, January 25th.
Wondering what the Riley Dance Marathon is all about? Well, college and high school students across Indiana raise millions of dollars annually for Riley Children’s Health through these dance marathons.
This student-led, year-round philanthropic movement culminates in an electric, heartfelt multi-hour event where students are engaged in fundraising and activities to honor the kids and families served at Riley Children’s Hospital.
Students love this experience, knowing that they have generated funds to support thousands of kids every year who receive care from Riley.
This generous spirit supports lifesaving medical care and research at Riley. Riley Dance Marathons have raised more than $70 million for Riley Hospital since 1991. Every dollar raised makes an impact for Riley kids.
The Plymouth High School Dance Marathon is selling tickets to a drive-thru chicken noodle dinner with mashed potatoes, green beans and a dinner roll for $15. The drive-thru will be held at Bob’s Cafeteria at 610 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth from 4 till 6 on Thursday.