Clear Fork student skating for Ronald McDonald charities

BELLVILLE — Clear Fork Middle School seventh grader Bonnie Worby will perform for Skate it Forward at the Ohio Health Ice Haus in Columbus May 6, in a benefit for the Columbus Ronald McDonald House.

Worby must collect $375 by March 10 in order to become a member of the 2017 Skate it Forward cast.

People interested in helping Worby in this effort can go to then type Bonnie Worby in the search bar. A list will come up, and users should click on Bonnie Worby and press donate.

All money contributed by Worby will be given to the Ronald McDonald House Charities, a nonprofit organization committed to providing a home away from home for children hospitalized at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus.

People with questions can contact Firstgiving. com

They also can call Becky Worby, Bonnie’s mother, at 419-886-2131.

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Staff report