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  • FACS comes through with big money for Go Jim Go

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Go Jim Go’s 2014 ride has been in the record books for a while, but Mid-South schools are still raising money for the children at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Jim Jaggers stopped by First Assembly Christian School on Wednesday morning to pick up their fundraising check. Students there raised $4,000!

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    Pizza party brings Jim to Bon Lin Elementary

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — One of the rewards for fundraising in Go Jim Go is a pizza party for the top performing classroom in schools which raise more than a thousand dollars. Jim was at Bon Lin Elementary Friday to bring the kids in one classroom their pizza party.

  • What do you need to do to get your house ready for winter?

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — With the recent cold snap, fall seems to have ended abruptly in the Mid-South.  For many people, the cold weather means it’s time to go around the house taking care of all those little things that keep us comfortable and the utility bills under control. Conway Services sent a representative to WREG’s “Live @ 9″ on Friday to run through a number of those items. Watch the video, then share your winterizing ideas below in the comments.

  • Bornblum Solomon Schechter School’s Sally Baer named Educator of the Week

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Bornblum Solomon Schechter School’s principal, Sally Baer, has been named Educator of the Week. Teachers tell us her 25 years experience at the school have made it what it is today. She’s been praised for listening carefully to her teachers and students.

  • Strayhorn, Miss. schools come through again for Go Jim Go with $10,000

    STRAYHORN, Miss. — For years, the tiny Tate Co. community of Strayhorn has shown it has a big heart for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. And once again, the kids of Strayhorn came through in a big way. The Go Jim Go team collected a check for more than $10,000 during a Friday stop.

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    Whitehaven High School scores $1,400 for Go Jim Go

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Whitehaven High School students got a visit from the Go Jim Go team on Friday morning. They presented the riders with a check for more than $1,400 they raised for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital during the stop. Way to go Tigers!

  • A. Maceo Walker Middle School makes its Go Jim Go donation

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The gifts keep coming today for Go Jim Go and the patients at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Students at A. Maceo Walker Middle School in Whitehaven sold Le Bonheur hearts to raise more than $400. They presented their check to Jim and the team on Friday morning. Way to go!

  • Lucie E. Campbell Elementary keeps Go Jim Go rolling

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Lucie E. Campbell Elementary students kept raising money for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital long after Go Jim Go’s 2014 ride had ended. They collected loose change and presented a check to Jim Jaggers Friday morning for more than $750. The Frayser school students were thrilled to get a visit from Jim and team!

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    Wooddale High School’s Nancy Parker named Educator of the Week

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Nancy Parker is a physical science teacher in grades 9 through 12. She has been named the Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week. Ms. Parker says she loves helping students become more successful at academic preparation.

  • Forrest City’s Stewart Elementary scores with ‘secret’ Go Jim Go campaign

    FORREST CITY, Ark. — Go Jim Go’s fundraising effort on behalf of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital is such a great cause, sometimes people raise money for it and we never hear about it at WREG. That’s what happened at Stewart Elementary School in Forrest City, Ark.  They raised $1,200 by collecting loose change from children. When they let Jim Jaggers know about their campaign, he told them he would be happy to visit the school to pick up the check. […]

  • Briarcrest Middle students raise thousands for Go Jim Go

    EADS, Tenn. — Students at Briarcrest Middle School didn’t stop fundraising for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital when Jim Jaggers’ 333 mile bike ride ended. By selling hearts and snacks, and holding special dress days, they raised $2,000. Way to go Briarcrest Middle!

  • John P. Freeman School gives more cash for Go Jim Go

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Go Jim Go 333 mile ride may be over, but schools across the Mid-South are still raising money for Le Bonheur. Jim Jaggers stopped by John P. Freeman Optional School to get their final fundraising totals.  He got a check for more than $2,400. The students at John P. Freeman showed they really care about the kids at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.

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