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W. Curt Vincent|Bladen JournalWest Bladen students Codi Pait and Kristen Dickerson hold the red T-shirts on sale at the school to help raise money for Ronald McDonald House in memory of Jude Mills, the 17-month-old son of ag teacher Dana Mills who passed away in August from a chromosome disorder. The Lady Knights have designated Tuesday as Red Night, rather than Pink Night, and will sell the shirts through Tuesday for $10. They will also have a cake auction and reverse raffle during the volleyball match against Clinton on Tuesday.
W. Curt Vincent|Bladen JournalWest Bladen students Codi Pait and Kristen Dickerson hold the red T-shirts on sale at the school to help raise money for Ronald McDonald House in memory of Jude Mills, the 17-month-old son of ag teacher Dana Mills who passed away in August from a chromosome disorder. The Lady Knights have designated Tuesday as Red Night, rather than Pink Night, and will sell the shirts through Tuesday for $10. They will also have a cake auction and reverse raffle during the volleyball match against Clinton on Tuesday.
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West Bladen students Codi Pait and Kristen Dickerson hold the red T-shirts on sale at the school to help raise money for Ronald McDonald House in memory of Jude Mills, the 17-month-old son of ag teacher Dana Mills who passed away in August from a chromosome disorder. The Lady Knights have designated Tuesday as Red Night, rather than Pink Night, and will sell the shirts through Tuesday for $10. They will also have a cake auction and reverse raffle during the volleyball match against Clinton on Tuesday.

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