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Color Run

Color for a cure 5k
This 5K Run is for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The event will take place on November 21, 2015, starting at 10am with check in at 9am, located at the MHS Small Commons. The cost is $20/person for individuals and $15/person for groups of 4-10. If you have any questions about this, visit their website http://colorforacure5k.wix.com/nhsp4p for more information.

National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars

Congratulations to Mason High School seniors Alejandro Rivera, Sarah Senne and George Valcarcel, who were selected asNational Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars. This year, the program recognized only 5,000 outstanding Hispanic/Latino students nationwide. Qualifications for recognition were based on critical reading, mathematics and writing scores on the 2014 PSAT and a minimum GPA of 3.0. In addition, recipients of this honor must be Hispanic or Latino in origin.
 

Love for Liz

The Young Women’s Club is honoring Mason Alum Liz Lothrop by selling bracelets to raise money for the Love for Liz GoFundMeCampaign. In 2008, Liz was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Eventually, after all the hard battles that she went through, she entered remission in 2011. Earlier this summer Liz was diagnosed with cancer again and continues to fight while attending Duke University. If you want to donate to Liz, go to the Love for Liz GoFundMe page and donate.

Mason Innovation Week

Mason Innovation week
During the week of October 26 - October 31, The City of Mason will celebrate Mason Innovation Week-A weeklong event presented by global automation technology leader Festo.
 
Throughout the week, Festo Bionic Learning Network representatives will demonstrate bio-inspired robotic animals, the Smart Bird and Bionic Opter to the community.
 

JamBOOread

The Mason Community Center is hosting a kooky spooky JamBOOread. Admission to the event is free. The JamBOOread includes playing Halloween games, listening to spooky stories, and Trunk-n-Treat. Attendees are encouraged to wear their favorite costume on Saturday, October 24th from 6-8 PM. Come if you dare!

MHS Recognizes October Rotary Royalty

Congratulations to the 73 Mason High School students who were recognized as October’s Rotary Royalty by the Mason DeerfieldRotary Club. Four times a year, teachers nominate students who demonstrate one or more of the following criteria: positive attitude and enthusiasm; determination and effort; good attendance; and strong decision-making and choices. All nominees are recognized by Rotary members and presented with a certificate, and one student is randomly selected to attend a Rotary breakfast and receive a $25 Amazon gift card.

Make a Difference Day

During the week of October 19th to the 23rd, Mason schools will collect donations in honor of Make a Difference Day. Each school will collect different items to support families in our community and the homeless of other communities. The Mason High School SIBS and the Spanish National Honor Society will be collecting donations for the Mason Food Pantry. These two clubs are coming together to try and reach the goal of collecting $20,000 for the Mason Food Pantry. Cash, checks, and credit cards will be accepted.

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