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    Go Jim Go Day 4: Eastern Arkansas – in Pictures

    Go Jim Go 2015 battled rain off and on through Monday, September 28 as it moved through eastern Arkansas. Here are some of the things they saw along the way (this post was updated with 113 more images on Tuesday, September 29; there are two galleries on this page): And here’s another gallery:

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    Lee Academy cruises to a $4,200 donation for Go Jim Go

    MARIANNA, Ark. — Lee Academy in Marianna put the time in to raise money for Go Jim Go. As day 4 of the 2015 ride visited the school’s campus Monday, students presented a check for $4,211 to Jim Jaggers. Great job!  

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    Wynne Intermediate School comes in with $14,000 for Go Jim Go

    WYNNE, Ark. – On the fourth day of the 2015 Go Jim Go ride, the team stopped off at Wynne Intermediate School in eastern Arkansas. Students there had a competition in the “Coins for Kids” program  to raise money for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. The boys won… but Le Bonheur was the big winner because the school gave Jim a check for more than $14,000!  The principal had to get a pie in the face because the effort, but she […]

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    Go Jim Go Day 3: DeSoto County – in pictures

    Day 3 of the 2015 ride had the team rolling across DeSoto County.  Here are some of the things they saw on Friday, September 25:   Here are some more images from DeSoto County: And finally, one more gallery!

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    Faith Preschool Academy goes over the top for Go Jim Go

    SOUTHAVEN, Miss. — Faith Preschool Academy has been a long time supporter of Go Jim Go. This year, it was the final stop on the third day of Go Jim Go and what a great stop it was. The school, with three DeSoto County campuses presented Jim Jaggers with a check for $7,000.

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    Greenbrook Elementary collects coins for kids and Go Jim Go

    SOUTHAVEN, Miss. — Greenbrook Elementary students brought lots of coins from home over the past few weeks to help Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Friday afternoon, principal Melinda Crockett presented Jim Jaggers with a check for the results of all that giving: $2,124.

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    The Little Chargers of Southaven Elementary make a big difference for Go Jim Go

    SOUTHAVEN, Miss. — Crazy hat days, pajama days, and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital hearts were all a part of the Go Jim Go fundraising effort at Southaven Elementary School. Friday afternoon Principal Christy Johnston presented Jim Jaggers with a check for $2,441 collected through those efforts. And everybody demonstrated their dancing skills as well during the ride stop.  

  • Whitehaven High promises big money for Go Jim Go

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Whitehaven High School has already raised more than $500 for Go Jim Go by having out of uniform days. Faculty promised Jim Jaggers today that they would come up with a $1,000 donation when their fundraising ends.  

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    Shadow Oaks Elementary makes donation to Go Jim Go

    HORN LAKE, Miss. — Shadow Oaks Elementary School collected coins in jugs for weeks for Go Jim Go. Friday, Constance Collins and Suzanna Maddox from the school presented Jim Jaggers with a check for $1,200 for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Friday is DeSoto County Day on this year’s tenth anniversary Go Jim Go ride.

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    Horn Lake Elementary shows the coins add up for Go Jim Go

    HORN LAKE, Miss. — Coins from Horn Lake Elementary kids really added up for Go Jim Go. The school presented Jim Jaggers and his riders a check for $2,411 as the third day of the 2015 ride stopped on campus. Horn Lake Elementary was one of the first schools to sign on with Go Jim Go ten years ago.

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    $11,640: Lewisburg Primary and Elementary Schools stun with Go Jim Go donation

    OLIVE BRANCH, Miss. — Lewisburg Primary and Elementary Schools share a campus and this year, they shared the Go Jim Go fundraising campaign as well. Among the events they held to raise money: t-shirt sales, silly socks day, hat day, jersey day, and even a kiss the pig event. The final combined result of both schools: $11,640 for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Jim Jaggers even “fainted” during the check presentation on the Lewisburg campus Friday morning.


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