The event is Friday night at Cavs basketball game
The Chillicothe High School National Honor Society will be raising awareness of Cerebral Palsy at Friday's Cavalier basketball game. NHS President Sarah Lossie said they will be doing a number of fundraisers throughout the night for a family and a group called United Cerebral Palsy.
"This event was actually inspired by a family: they have a daughter ... she's 12, and she's got Cerebral Palsy," said Lossie. "We've been working with them throughout this year, and we've been trying to benefit them in some way because they've been such an inspiration for us."
One of their fundraisers will be a silent auction for a quilt.
"It's made out of lots of t-shirts from students at Chillicothe, and it looks pretty nice; there are some vintage t-shirts, too, which makes it unique and gives it some character as well."
Lossie is also hoping everyone in attendance will wear green for a "green-out."