St. Alphonsus' First Annual Guardian Angel Walk-A-Thon
The June 4th walk will help raise money and awareness for two ill classmates.
St. Alphonsus School in Greendale will host the first annual Guardian Angel Walk-A-Thon beginning at 10 a.m. June 4.
Seeking to help raise money and awareness for two sick classmates, students from the school (3K-8) will walk a route from the school courtyard (off Loomis Road) leading to the Greendale village area. Children at the school are collecting pledges to help the families with medical expenses for two classmates. Bryce Schueller, 4, who was diagnosed with Aplastic Anemia in April.
Bryce, a Lego-lover, is currently at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. He recently received a bone marrow transplant from his sister, Bell, 2. He also has a newborn sister. Bryce is a big fan of the Flight For Life staff. They regularly visit him and can watch take-off and landing from his room. He's been counting the flights since he was admitted to the hospital, and they've had more than 34 flights.
Audrey Marcott, a 7th grade student, has a heart condition and was recently diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. The St. Alphonsus School community is seeking donations and pledges for the fundraising walk to help these families.