The Wildcat Cheerleaders presented a $1,000 check to Kyle Crain at the LHHS Black Out football game Friday night as a donation to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Kyle is the younger brother and cousin of LHHS’s Crain and Tobey girls, fighting the disease and determined to find a cure.
On hand for the check presentation were Alan Walne, owner of Herb’s Paint & Body, and his Executive VP, Alan Kirkpatrick. Herb’s underwrote the cost of printing the Black Out t-shirts and has supported the efforts of the cheerleaders for many years running. In fact, there aren’t many LH causes the Walnes don’t support.
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