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Updated: 05/27/2018 08:30:01AM

Red noses aplenty at Myakka

River Elementary School

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Members of the Rotary Club of Englewood, Traci Hamill, incoming president Karen Current and her husband, current club president Alfred Current, wore their noses along with the students. The Rotary donated more than 680 red noses to Myakka River Elementary School and another 650 to Vineland Elementary School on Thursday.

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Olivia Jones, 8, shows off her pajamas and her red nose.

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Charlotte County deputy and School Resource Officer Kristy McGlashan has fun with students and her red nose.

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Karina Zatyazahbykh, 11, and Danielle Hemrick, 10, both fourth-grade students, give their thumb noses up to help stop world hunger.

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Drone operator Rick Blaszak flies the drone to take photos of the student body who were all wearing red noses.

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Every year, thousands across America buy Red Noses at Walgreens to help the company’s effort to help end child poverty. This year, the Rotary Club of Englewood bought hundreds of red noses and donated them to Myakka River Elementary School and Vineland Elementary School. Children sold them as a fundraiser. In all the club gave out more than 1,300 red noses to help awareness and fight hunger. For more about the program, visit home.rednoseday.org.

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