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Event Details

3/7/17
Ali 75 - A Mitzvah!
Audience: Tracy Allegrotti, Homepage, About, Academics, Athletics, Calendar & Teams, College & Career, Community, Counseling Services, Course Resources, Fall Sports, Junior Jets Wardrobe, Media Center, PTSA, RESEARCH AND WRITING, Resources, shakespeare mono comp, Spring Sports, Student Life and Winter Sports
Posted by: Tracy Allegrotti
Location: In Front of the Media Center Contact: Gene Kahane & Students
Start Time: 12:20 PM End Time: 12:55 PM

This past January 17th would have been Mohammad Ali's 75th birthday.  His wife Lonnie has asked people to step forward and do community service projects that would honor him.

 

Mr. Kahane's Sports In Lit classes are raising money to buy a bicycle for a deserving kid.  (Cassius Clay had his ted Schwinn stolen when he was 12 years old.  He then became friends with a Louisville police officer who introduced Cassisu to boxing).