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Lanigan Lift-Off Takes Care of Unfinished Business

At a recent Lanigan Lift-Off celebration, a little unfinished business was taken care of. A giant check for $800 was presented by the school to the Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation to assist in the fight against childhood cancers on behalf of Fulton’s own, Tim Conners. The money had been raised, in part, through the sale of t-shirts featuring the Syracuse University basketball program’s slogan “unfinished business” and a Tug for Tim ribbon. The Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation strives to enrich the lives of kids in need within our Central New York community, as well as, provide support for eliminating cancer through research and advocacy. Pictured with the check was Daniel Johnson, Principal at Lanigan Elementary School; Betsey Conners, Tim Conners’ mother and Executive Director of Instruction and Assessment in the Fulton City School District; and Tom Bull, representative from Syracuse University accepting the check on behalf of Jim and Juli Boeheim.
At a recent Lanigan Lift-Off celebration, a little unfinished business was taken care of. A giant check for $800 was presented by the school to the Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation to assist in the fight against childhood cancers on behalf of Fulton’s own, Tim Conners. The money had been raised, in part, through the sale of t-shirts featuring the Syracuse University basketball program’s slogan “unfinished business” and a Tug for Tim ribbon. The Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation strives to enrich the lives of kids in need within our Central New York community, as well as, provide support for eliminating cancer through research and advocacy. Pictured with the check was Daniel Johnson, Principal at Lanigan Elementary School; Betsey Conners, Tim Conners’ mother and Executive Director of Instruction and Assessment in the Fulton City School District; and Tom Bull, representative from Syracuse University accepting the check on behalf of Jim and Juli Boeheim.