PIPELINE Students Hold 50-50 Raffle at Cavs Preseason Game

Top sellers of the night!

Proceeds totaled $1,800 from a 50-50 Raffle held at a Cleveland Cavaliers preseason game.  Students from the Cleveland Police Law Enforcement Career Pipeline Program stepped up to raise funds for the Cleveland Police Foundation.  The top sellers at the game were Stanley Jackson (a St. Ignatius alumnus) and Aesha Johnson (pictured to the left).

Go Students!  Go Cavs!


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