O'Connell students raise $155,000 at Superdance

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Bishop O’Connell High School students, guests and alumni raised more than $155,000 for cystic fibrosis research at the school’s 43rd annual Superdance held March 10 in Arlington.

The 12-hour dance marathon has raised more than $4.3 million since its inception in 1975. It is the largest high school fundraiser for this cause in the country. More than 95 percent of the student body participates in the event each year. This year’s executive board included Caroline Coon, Adam Johnson, Nathan Woldeher and Grace Pulliam. Bill Betthauser and Kathryn Haas served as faculty moderators.

 

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