3rd annual Walk for Clean Water surpasses goal

Clare Canavan, Copy Editor

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Hershey High School hosted its third annual Walk for Clean Water on Sunday, April 6, 2018.

The Walk for Clean Water raises money for the Thirst Project to build wells in developing countries. The walk was run by Hershey High School KEY Club, a community service club. The president of KEY Club, Lydia Gould, senior at HHS, informed the Broadcaster of the struggles to find clean water in the countries the Thirst Project helps.  The goal was to raise $24,000, but the event surpassed its goal and raised $25,262.

Gould said, “The people of these countries are always so positive, no matter what they have been through.”