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    Go Jim Go – Day 1 across Memphis in pictures

    Go Jim Go’s 10th anniversary tour to raise money for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital began Wednesday with visits to schools and locations across Memphis.  We’ll update this post with additional photos on Thursday.  

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    Bolton High School scores big time for Go Jim Go

    ARLINGTON, Tenn. — Bolton High School’s student government leaders told Jim Jaggers Thursday that holding student basketball and kickball tournaments helped raise money for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. And they proudly presented the Go Jim Go team a check for $2,500 as they made the final stop for Day 2 of the 2015 ride.

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    First year Go Jim Go school Austin Peay Elementary raises more than $3,200

    COVINGTON, Tenn. — Austin Peay Elementary School just signed up this year to become a part of Go Jim Go. And they didn’t let the opportunity to help the kids at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital go to waste. They raised $3,205 through a combination of blue jean days, snack sales, and other events.

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    Halls Elementary raises more than $3,000 for Go Jim Go

    HALLS, Tenn. — Principal Andy Campbell told Jim Jaggers today that making a donation in order to break the dress code was a very popular way to raise money for Go Jim Go. Thursday he presented a check for $3,144 for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital to Jim and the team as the 2015 Go Jim Go ride rolled through Lauderdale County.

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    Halls High School has a good time raising money for Go Jim Go

    HALLS, Tenn. — Students at Halls High School raised $800 for Go Jim Go and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital this year. Jim Jaggers and his riding team stopped off on the campus Thursday afternoon as Day 2 of the 2015 10th Anniversary ride rolled on.

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    Ripley High school comes through again for Go Jim Go

    RIPLEY, Tenn. — Faculty at Ripley High School get to dress down for a good cause.  One of the ways the school raises money for Go Jim Go is allowing teachers to wear jeans in exchange for a donation. Students also run a coins for kids campaign as a part of the donation to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. A Ripley High student has been to Le Bonheur many times for treatment of a heart condition and spoke to the crowd […]

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    Go Jim Go Day 2: North Shelby Co., Tipton Co., and Lauderdale Co. – in Pictures

    Day 2 of Go Jim Go on Thursday, September 24, traveled all over north Shelby County, Tipton County, and Lauderdale County.  Here are some of what Jim Jaggers and the riders saw: Here is another gallery: And one more!

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    Munford High School makes a big promise for Go Jim Go

    MUNFORD, Tenn. — Students at Munford High School have started their fundraising efforts for Go Jim Go this year and they’re going strong. They’re selling cookbooks and collecting donations as well to support Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. The student body president today told Jim Jaggers and the riders they’ve pledged to raise $3,000.

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    Homeroom hearts sale scores big for Millington High and Go Jim Go

    MILLINGTON, Tenn. — Day 2 of Go Jim Go began Thursday morning at Millington High School. Students there raised money by selling hearts in homeroom period. They told Jim Jaggers and the team they raised $1,300 for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital through the drive.

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    St. Louis School cooks up more money for Go Jim Go

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — St. Louis School students used a cookout to raise money for Go Jim Go and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. They must have made up some tasty treats, because they were able to present Jim Jaggers a check for $500 on Wednesday as day 1 of the ride’s 10th anniversary wound up.

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    St. Agnes Academy sings its way to Go Jim Go donations

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — St. Agnes Academy is a ten year Go Jim Go school.  As in past years, students greeted Jim Jaggers and the riders with song on Wednesday as they arrived. This year, they are also once again using a musical fundraiser to support Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and Go Jim Go. They gave Jim a check for $840.


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