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  • Altruria Elementary gets ready to start fundraising for Go Jim Go

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — The student body of Altruria Elementary was lined up along the curb in front of the school as Go Jim Go’s ‘Tour de Bartlett’ arrived Friday afternoon. Jim Jaggers fired them up for their fundraising effort for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. We’re expecting big things from Altruria!

  • Students are fired up at Ellendale Elementary for Go Jim Go

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — Students had set up a donation table outside Ellendale Elementary School as the Go Jim Go ‘Tour de Bartlett’ arrived. They’re already heavily into fundraising for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and Jim reminded them that Garibaldi’s Pizza and Blue Bell Ice Cream parties are at stake if they reach certain goals.

  • Appling Middle sets the bar high: Raise $2,000 for Go Jim Go

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — When you’re doing a fundraiser, you need to have goals and you need to have some fun built in.  That’s what the people at Appling Middle School in Bartlett are doing. They’ve set a goal of $2,000 for this year’s Go Jim Go donation to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.  They’re having a competition between the grades to see who can raise the most money, with prizes going to the winning classes. What a great idea!

  • Bon Lin Middle reveals big plans to raise money for Le Bonheur and Go Jim Go

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — Bon Lin Middle is just getting started with its fundraising for Go Jim Go. Administrators told Jim Jaggers this morning they’re working on several fundraisers, including an idea for students to be able to make a donation to Le Bonheur for the right to wear a hat to class. We tip our hats to the students of Bon Lin as they work to make Go Jim Go a success!

  • Bon Lin Elementary sells hearts to help the kids of Le Bonheur for Go Jim Go

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — Students at Bon Lin Elementary in Bartlett sold hearts as a part of their effort to raise money for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and boy, do they have big hearts. The school presented WREG News Channel 3’s Jim Jaggers with a check for $1,700. That’s an impressive effort.  Thanks Bon Lin!

  • Go Jim Go rides into the new Bartlett Academy

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — Bartlett Academy just opened its doors this year as a place for 9th graders to get better prepared for high school. But they didn’t waste any time signing up to be a part of Go Jim Go because they believe in helping fund Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. The students and faculty gave Jim and the riders a warm welcome this morning.

  • Little kids of Oak Elementary make a big difference for Go Jim Go

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — Sometimes people think little kids can’t really do much to change the world.  But the students at Bartlett’s Oak Elementary don’t believe that. Through their fundraising efforts, another $900 will be donated to help take care of sick kids their age at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Our Go Jim Go Bartlett Tour Day stopped by their school to accept the donation.  Way to go kids!

  • Rivercrest Elementary kids make a huge donation to Le Bonheur for Go Jim Go

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — Every big Go Jim Go donation starts with a lot of little pieces.  And the kids at Rivercrest Elementary hung on to their pennies, nickels, and quarters for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.  It all added up to a huge donation. Administrators gave Jim a check for more than $1,100 when the ride stopped by their campus. What an amazing effort!

  • Bartlett Elementary cheers on Go Jim Go

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — Our first ever Go Jim Go Tour Day rolls on with a stop at Bartlett Elementary School. WREG News Channel 3’s Jim Jaggers says this is one of his favorite stops because his son was a student there. We’re thrilled they are a part of Go Jim Go to raise money for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.

  • Cheerleaders and a marching band welcome Go Jim Go to Bartlett High School

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — It’s always a big deal for a school when Go Jim Go stops by, and the folks at Bartlett High School really put on a show for Jim and the riders this morning. The school is still in the midst of its fundraising for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and is planning a number of events including a dunk tank involving some of the school’s faculty and administrators. This morning, their marching band and cheerleaders welcomed our crew. […]

  • Bartlett United Methodist preschoolers use water balloons to raise money for Go Jim Go

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — Every school has its own take on Go Jim Go and the kids of Bartlett United Methodist’s preschool had a really fun idea.  For every dollar they brought in, they got one water balloon to throw at their school’s director. Thanks to their efforts, she’s facing 500 water balloons, for the $500 they raised. What a great way to raise money for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital!

  • Elmore Park Elementary raised more than $2,800 for Le Bonheur!

    Go Jim Go Bartlett tour day starts at Elmore Park Elementary

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — Go Jim Go is now such a big event that we can’t fit all the schools into the full ride across the Mid-South at the end of September.  So today, we’re doing a tour day for all the schools in Bartlett where students have worked hard to raise money for the kids of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Our first stop was at Elmore Park Elementary, a brand new school to Go Jim Go this year.  They gave […]

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