Local Teachers to Dash for Cash on Saturday, January 20

1/4/2018 9:00:00 AM
(Green Bay, WI) Saturday, January 20 the Green Bay Gamblers along with North Shore Bank present the Teachers Dash for Cash.  This year a record $8,500 will be tossed in the middle for the 32 area teachers to collect for their respective schools.  Since 2015, Dash for Cash has raised over $20,000 for area elementary, middle and high schools.  
The teachers as selected by their essay “Why I Should Dash for Cash” include:
  • Ashwaubenon High School - Melanie Lasee
  • Bay View Middle School - Ms. Bloemer
  • Brillion Middle School - Kandi Raddatz
  • Brillion Elementary School - Aloria Saubert
  • Coleman Elementary School - Joanna Gross
  • Gegan Elementary School - Jennifer Karls
  • Glenbrook Elementary School - Jamie Somerville
  • Green Bay West High School - Autumn Dickie
  • Hemlock Creek Elementary School - Kris Luebke
  • Howard Elementary School - Vonnie Voight
  • Hortonville Elementary School - Patty Blum
  • Kewaunee Elementary School - Amber Binney
  • Kewaunee Grade School - Tami Prucha
  • McKinley Elementary School - Terry Schaefer
  • Marinette Middle School - Jessica Scheer
  • Michicot High School - Tracy Bauer
  • Mishicot Middle School - Dawn Tennant
  • New London Middle School - Stefanie Benjamin
  • Notre Dame of DePere Middle School - Peter Brauer
  • North Greenville Elementary School - Brad Leeman
  • O.H. Schultz Elementary School - Ryan Kamien
  • Our Lady of Lourdes School - Jeffrey Young
  • St. John Lutheran School - Rebecca Wicks
  • St. Mark’s Lutheran School - Kyle Gut
  • Sunnyside Elementary School - Danielle Schreiner
  • Sunrise Elementary School - Stephanie Roth
  • Syble Hopp School - Nicole DeRuyter
  • Westside Elementary School - Amy Phillips
  • Westwood Elementary School - Dan Knetter
  • Wrightstown Middle School - Jake VanRoy
  • Park Elementary School - Kevin Rykal
  • Suamico Elementary School - Ryan Welnetz
The Dash for Cash promotion takes place during the 1st intermission.  A large carpet is placed at center ice and covered with 8,000 $1 bills and five $100 bills.  Horn sounds to start the dash and anything goes as the teachers try to collect as much money as they can.  Promotion ends when every dollar is gone.  Teachers get everything! 
Participating schools also receive a portion of the night’s ticket sales.
It’s also a Festival Foods Family Night, featuring $2 Klement’s jumbo dogs, $2 sodas and a $5 ticket discount for children 14 and younger.  Bring your skates and take part in the Sun Drop Skate with the Gamblers immediately following the game. Start time is 7:05 PM. 
For tickets go to www.gamblershockey.com or stop by the TicketStar box office at the Resch Center.  Box office hours are Monday – Friday 11:00 - 5:00 PM and on game day’s beginning at 11:00 AM.  For group rates contact Greg at 405-1150.

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