Gold Hill Middle School sixth-graders Reese Keenum, left, and Jonathan Sanchez point out all the funny looking people covered with colored powder during the school’s first-ever color run. The event was held to cap off the athletic booster club’s fundraiser to recognize the school community’s efforts in raising more than $20,000 for three new scoreboards at Gold Hill.
Gold Hill Middle School sixth-graders Reese Keenum, left, and Jonathan Sanchez point out all the funny looking people covered with colored powder during the school’s first-ever color run. The event was held to cap off the athletic booster club’s fundraiser to recognize the school community’s efforts in raising more than $20,000 for three new scoreboards at Gold Hill. ROB UPTON
Gold Hill Middle School sixth-graders Reese Keenum, left, and Jonathan Sanchez point out all the funny looking people covered with colored powder during the school’s first-ever color run. The event was held to cap off the athletic booster club’s fundraiser to recognize the school community’s efforts in raising more than $20,000 for three new scoreboards at Gold Hill. ROB UPTON