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Churchill vs. Reagan for make-a-wish competition

Churchill and Reagan high schools challenged each other in a competition in honor of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The members of both high schools came up with three different projects that would be completed during the week of October 28.

Each school participated in a challenge to sell chain links that the students could buy for $.50 and make a wish, created and sold a T-shirt in honor of the game, and hosted a taco eating contest sponsored by Habanero's Grill. The restaurant donated 20% of the profits from the evening to each school.

Click here to watch KSAT's coverage of the taco eating contest.

The competition culminated during the Churchill vs. Reagan football game on November 1 where the students compared the length of their chains and announced how much they raised.

Churchill High School raised $2,541.57 while Reagan High School raised $1,122.00. Together they donated $3,663.57 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Make-A-Wish Competition

Churchill students competed again Reagan for a friendly fundraising competition.

Posted on November 6, 2013