October 9, 2018

Berwick School District Raises Funds for Ryan’s Run

On October 5th, Maddie Donnelly, along with her mother and representatives from the Berwick Area School District presented Allied Services with a check for more than three thousand dollars in support of WNEP’s Ryan’s Run campaign. The non-profit health system’s annual fundraising campaign, now in its ninth year, aims to change the lives of children and adults with disabilities and chronic illness across Northeastern & Central Pennsylvania by investing in cutting-edge rehab technology and therapy services.

“Mile for Maddie” was a week-long fundraiser coordinated by the Berwick Area School District to honor Ryan’s Run 9 ambassador and student Maddie Donnelly. Students had the opportunity to walk or run a mile during their physical education classes in an effort to raise funds for WNEP’s Ryan’s Run 9.

Photo ID: front from left: Karen May, Physical Education Teacher, Berwick School District; Jim Brogna, Vice President Corporate Advancement & Communications, Allied Services; Maddie Donnelly, Berwick Middle School Student; Darlene Donnelly; Jennifer Paulis, School Counselor, Berwick School District; Back row from left: Jen Hester, School Counselor, Berwick School District; Atty. Bill Conaboy, President & CEO, Allied Services; Greg Michael, Principal, Berwick Middle School; Jodi Walp, Dean of Students, Berwick Middle School; Dave Robbins, Assistant Principal, Berwick Middle School.??


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