Student-run carnival has special theme: Help Ethan
Posted Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Despite being plastered with pie, Loveland Intermediate School (LIS) students were all smiles during a student-run, Student Council-sponsored carnival Thursday, Oct. 17. The students used fun games to raise more than $3,200 for Ethan Kadish.
“There were lots of booths, and it was fun for everyone,” said LIS Student Erin Dickman. “It felt good to help the Kadish family and have fun at the same time.”
Kadish, a Loveland Middle School student who was struck by lightning at a summer camp in Indiana, is recovering now at a Cincinnati-area hospital. This is the second school-supported fundraiser for the Kadish family.
“Ethan remains part of the Tiger Family, and we want him and his family to know that,” said Steve Federman, LIS teacher and carnival sponsor. “I’m extremely proud of the efforts of our students. This was a wonderful event to support a great cause.”
If you would like to help the Kadish family, you can donate to Ethan's cause through an organization called HelpHOPELive.
Photo caption: LIS Student Samantha Riede is all smiles – even with pie in her face!