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PHOTOS: Jumping for a good cause in Plum City

Top Jump Rope for Heart donations (over $500) were raised by Plum City Elementary students Gabby Willgrubs, Abby Kannel, Makala Breunig and Kirsten Hassing. Hassing was the top donator. Missing from photo: Riley Pelzel. Photo courtesy of Sarah Hewitt1 / 3
Plum City Elementary third graders Riley Bechel, Kaden McMurray and Joey Gonzalez work out their cores on stability balls during the school’s annual Jump Rope for Heart event Friday, Jan. 26. Photo courtesy of Sarah Hewitt2 / 3
Plum City Elementary second-graders Caleb Kopp and Danielle Smith practice balance with yoga during the school’s annual Jump Rope for Heart event Friday, Jan. 26. Photo courtesy of Sarah Hewitt3 / 3

Submitted by Plum City third grade teacher Sarah Hewitt

On Jan. 26, Plum City Elementary participated in their annual Jump Rope for Heart event.

Students participated in a variety of cardiovascular and stretching stations led by parent and student volunteers. Plum City students raised over $5,250 to help the American Heart Association save and improve the lives for millions of Americans living with heart disease, stroke or cardiovascular conditions with research, education and emergency care.

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