Arapahoe High School hosting Thursday donation drive for Marshall Fire victims

Event will take place during double-header boys and girls basketball

Robert Tann
rtann@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 1/25/22

Arapahoe High School will be hosting a donation drive for victims of the Marshall Fire during its boys and girls basketball games against Mullen High School Thursday night. 

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Arapahoe High School hosting Thursday donation drive for Marshall Fire victims

Event will take place during double-header boys and girls basketball

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Arapahoe High School will be hosting a donation drive for victims of the Marshall Fire during its boys and girls basketball games against Mullen High School Thursday night. 

The girls game will begin at 5:30 p.m. and the boys at 7 p.m. Both will be held in the Sitting Eagle Gymnasium at Arapahoe High School at 2201 E. Dry Creek Road, Centennial. 

Donations, including cash and chain-food restaurant gift cards, will be accepted at the door. Anyone who donates will have the option to enter a halftime drawing for the chance to win a gift card that has been donated by local restaurants. 

Attendees are encouraged to wear Colorado attire and colors such as red, yellow, white and blue. 

"We hope to have a large amount of support from both Arapahoe and Mullen communities, to support our larger Colorado community," said Sophia Pallman, a junior student at Arapahoe who is helping host the event, in an email.

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