Holley faculty will play law enforcement on March 2 in benefit basketball game
HOLLEY – School teachers will play a basketball against local law enforcement officers on March 2 at 7 p.m. in a benefit for the Ronald McDonald House.
The game will be in the high school gym. Penny Cole, the varsity cheerleading coach and high school administrative assistant, is hoping for a sellout at the game so Holley can top last year’s contribution of $2,050 to the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester.
Last year Holley sold tiles on a roof of a dollhouse. If people paid a $1, they could write a message on a tile of a large dollhouse that was also donated to Ronald McDonald House.
“The Little House That Love Built” netted $2,050 for the organization that provides housing for families with children who are hospitalized.
The Holley school community has been doing fundraisers for the Ronald McDonald House for four years now.
“I’m always trying to find different ways to raise money,” Cole said. “We tried to find another doll house to re-do, but couldn’t find one that wasn’t a fortune.”