FANS

Sat July 13, 2019 Oregon, WI US 53575 Directions

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FANS

Proceeds from our event, along with donations from wonderful people like YOU, benefit the Friends of Allyson Norland Scholarship fund. FANS awards college scholarships to graduating high school students in and around the Dane County area in memory of Allyson Norland. Students nominate peers who exemplify the same endearing qualities and values that Allyson displayed on a daily basis. Some of these qualities and values include kindness towards peers, humility, a sense of humor, involvement in the community and/or athletics and willingness to help others. Our mission at FANS is to acknowledge teens who consistently go out of their way to show kindness and acceptance towards others. 
To date, FANS has awarded $21,000 in scholarships ~ Kindness pays

 

To make a donation by mail, please send check payable to FANS and mail to:

 426 S Burr Oak Ave                                                                                                                     Oregon, WI  53575

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