FOX CHAPEL AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNUAL TELETHON BENEFITS LIVE LIKE LOU
For the second year in a row, the telethon will raise money for Live Like Lou, which was founded by two parents (Suzanne and
Neil Alexander) in the Fox Chapel Area School District to help ALS patients and their families in Western Pennsylvania. The telethon will involve students from all six schools in the Fox Chapel Area School District (Fairview, Hartwood, Kerr, and O'Hara
elementaries; Dorseyville Middle School; and Fox Chapel Area High School). Student, teacher, parent, and community representatives will be participating in the telethon benefitting Live Like Lou by making donations during the live event. Additionally,
Suzanne will appear as part of the telethon and Pittsburgh Pirates skipper Clint Hurdle will also be sharing a video message. Hurdle was a personal friend of Neil (who passed away in 2015) and is a big advocate of Live Like Lou. Fox Chapel Area
students will also be sharing a video from a visit to the Live Like Lou Center for ALS Research at the University of Pittsburgh. The telethon will also feature some throwback clips from telethons from previous years.
The public is also invited to make donations through the Live Like Lou website at http://www.livelikelou.org/2016/11/01/fctelethon/. Be sure to check “Fox Chapel Area Schools” in “Fundraiser your donation supports” from the dropdown menu.
Anyone wishing to donate by check can make the check out to “Live Like Lou” and drop it off at any of the district's schools during school hours.
This year, the telethon will be available in high definition for the first time and will be streamed on the “Swift Fox Media” YouTube channel. The link to the broadcast will be available on both the district's website (www.fcasd.edu) and Facebook
page (http://www.facebook.com/foxchapelarea).Visit Event Website for More Info