Red Nose Day held at UV Elementary School last week

NEW BERLIN- On Wednesday May 24, Unadilla Valley Elementary School participated in Red Nose Day in efforts to give back to the community.



Red Nose Day began in England in 1988 by a non-profit group, Comic Relief, as a way to raise money for disadvantaged children. The project was launched in the United States in 2015 with the same mission – to help children. ]The Red Nose, a goofy foam circle to be worn on one’s nose, is a kid-friendly prop which uses entertainment to raise awareness. In the United States, some of the examples which benefit from the fund-raising are Boys and Girls Clubs, food banks, housing assistance and educational programs.


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