Dollars Dance

Photos by Marlena Sloss/The Herald
Heritage Hills High School senior Caleb Hoffman danced during the final song of the school’s dance marathon in Lincoln City on Saturday. The event, in its fourth year, raised $19,052.58 for Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. “It’s just such an inspiration because we’re a really small community,” senior Savannah McCutchan said. “Our class started it freshman year, so it’s just amazing to see how it’s grown from $6,000 to $19,000 in just four years.”

 

Heritage Hills High School student Grace Vinson blew up a balloon during a challenge at the dance marathon.

 

Dance marathon participants performed a line dance during Saturday's event.

 

Heritage Hills High School senior Kayla Blake looked up to see the final amount raised from the dance marathon — $19,052.58.



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