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Waupaca Middle School Fundraiser

<span style="font-family: Helvetica; font-size: 12px" class="Apple-style-span"><div>Update from Wisconsin, Jan. 04 2009</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>The students from different grades from the Waupaca Learning Center and Middle School in Wisconsin, have raised $ 1200 so far on behalf of Wheels 4 Life. </div><div>Below is a photo of some of the students proudly displaying the amount their grades have raised. </div><div>This donation will be spend to buy bikes for our upcoming trip to Tanzania in Feb. '09, where we will conclude our Wheels 4 Villages Film project. &nbsp;</div><div>Big thanks to all the students and teachers in Waupaca.</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp;<img src="/media/uploads/photos/2009/Jan/04/wheels-4-lifeIMG_1049.jpg" width="796" height="597" style="-webkit-user-select: none; cursor: -webkit-zoom-in" /></div><div>Waupaca, Wisconsin Oct. 14th 2008</div><div><br /></div></span><p>Dear Hans,<br /><br />I'm Aaron Lutze's dad. We met at Saalbach this summer. &nbsp;Aaron was in my<br />eighth grade class today doing a presentation on the Summer of Shred, and<br />in particular, the Wheels4Life program. My students are doing a recycling<br />program(of computer print cartridges) this year that will earn them money.<br />After seeing the presentation, they have decided to donate their money to<br />Wheels4Life. We will be sending a check to you next spring.<br /><br />Attached are &nbsp;some pictures from Aaron's presentation in my classes today.<br /><br /><br />Barrie Lutze<br />Eighth Grade English Teacher<br />Waupaca Middle School<br />Wisconsin</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt="Aaron Lutze talks to the 8th Grade students at Waupaca Middle School about Wheels 4 Life and his Flips 4 Life fundraiser. He inspired the students to do their own W4L fundraiser." src="/media/uploads/photos/2008/Oct/16/webaaron-talks100_4676.gif" />&nbsp;</p><p>Arron Lutze inspired the students of his dad's 8th Grade Middle School class to start their own W4L fundraiser.&nbsp;</p>