Grauer Team Participates in JDRF One Walk
Congratulations to Mia B. '21 for leading a team of Grauer students, families, and faculty to participate in the JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) One Walk on Saturday, November 10. The Grauer team participants included Mia B. '21 and her family, Tea C. '19 and Gigi C. '21 and their family, Isabella F. '21, Eliana M. '24, Cooper B. '24, Lily T. '24, Ella G. '21, Sophia M. '21, Shelley Boniwell, Jessi Brown and her family, and Patricia Young and her family.
Mia said, "I would like to say a HUGE thank you to everyone that walked to support me and Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) research! Another HUGE thank you to all the generous people who donated to the cause!! Together, The Grauer School team raised over $2,500 for T1D research!"
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