Good Kids - Topeka fourth grader helps Ronald McDonald House
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - A Topeka fourth grader is doing a lot these days to help the Ronald McDonald House. The house provides a place to stay for families with a sick child in an area hospital.
Houston Noller collected pop-tabs at her school, Indian Hills Elementary. She donated the pop-tabs to the Ronald McDonald House, which can turn the pop-tabs into cash to help support the services it provides.
Now, Noller wants to put pop-tab collection receptacles in all of the schools across the Auburn-Washburn School District.
Noller also recently helped sell Kansas City Chief’s fan flags for another fundraiser benefiting the Ronald McDonald House.
We salute her for being a ‘Good Kid’ with a generous heart.
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