When people think of fundraisers, a shoot-a-thon might not be the first thing that comes to mind.
This year, however, the Heritage Academy shoot-a-thon was a great success.
In order to participate, students had to have sponsors and raise at least $50. Students then had 10 minutes to make as many baskets as possible.
The third-grade class raised the most money in the elementary, and had the opportunity to play a basketball game against the varsity team, whose members were only allowed to use one hand.
This year, a new competition was added in the high school. The sophomores raised the most money, so the participants from their class were taken to Sheetz for lunch.