Kelly Tyler’s next sacrifice in the name of helping children:
Duct taping herself to a wall for cash.
“I may not be happy, but I’m going to do it with a – smile on my
face?” Tyler says to a roomful of giggling children.
This stunt – selling pieces of duct tape to temporarily entrap
Tyler on a wall – is just the latest quirky fundraiser dreamed up
by her middle school leadership class at Sundale Elementary
School to support Valley Children’s Hospital. (The Fresno Bee)
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