Plymouth High School Dance Marathon raises money for Riley Hospital for Children
PLYMOUTH, Ind. -- The Plymouth High School Dance Marathon kicked off on Friday to raise money for Riley Hospital for Children.
Over eighty students joined in the festivities which included games, dancing, enjoying food, and listening to Riley kids share inspiring stories of hope.
The amount of money raised will be revealed Friday night during the Plymouth High School homecoming basketball game.
"I'm so excited for the reveal. That is like the best feeling, your heart is racing, I cry I'm just so happy. I know no matter what the total is that we made an impact on the kids," said Kelsey Owen, the Plymouth High School Dance Marathon President.
The fundraising goal for the group was $40,000.