South School coughs up largest ‘bail’ money in Cuffs for a Cure

Staff Writer
Chillicothe Times-Bulletin
Pictured are Sgts. Rich Mark and Nick Bridges, Grant, and Officer Doug Hahn.

South School students proved they wanted to keep Principal Shaun Grant at school as they raised the largest bail money to date for Cuffs for a Cure — $552.62. 

The Chillicothe Police Department wears pink shirts on certain days in October in preparation for the event. Each participant raised at least $100 bail money and was recognized at the IVC football game Friday night.

In total, 38 people were “cuffed,” raising $4,600 this year. This is the second year for the fundraiser, which has now raised a total of $8,400 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.