Coin Harvest nets $6k for charities

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Mayor John Ditslear, Joy Petty of the Noblesville Youth Assistance Program, Noblesville firefighter Rick Russell and others from the Noblesville Charity Ball Committee count the thousands of coins at BMO Bank on Ind. 37. (Submitted photo)

Mayor John Ditslear, Joy Petty of the Noblesville Youth Assistance Program, Noblesville firefighter Rick Russell and others from the Noblesville Charity Ball Committee count the thousands of coins at BMO Bank on Ind. 37. (Submitted photo)

Noblesville Schools’ second Coin Harvest at the seven elementary buildings brought in a total of $6,514.41 – all of which will go to three local organizations. The coin harvest took place in classrooms during the first week in November.

The money will be combined with funds raised at the next Noblesville Charity Ball and then given to the Noblesville Youth Assistance Program, Friends of Central Pool and the Noblesville Firefighters Christmas Food and Toy Drive. The Noblesville YAP works directly with Noblesville’s school counselors to assist students.

Doni Fisk’s kindergarten class at Stony Creek Elementary School raised $215.45, the most of any class in the school district. That class, as well as the class at each of the other elementary schools that raised the most in their school, earned a pizza lunch with Mayor John Ditslear.

The other winning classes include:

• Hazel Dell – Justin Rausch, fourth grade

• Hinkle Creek – Katelyn Schalburg, first grade

• Noble Crossing – Tania Stultz, fifth grade

• North – Lynnette Husted, first grade

• Promise Road – Lisa Barthuly, third grade

• White River – Jaime Miller, fifth grade

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