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SCOOP: AHS group nearly doubles $1,000 goal to aid cancer research

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UPDATED, June 27: Arlington's Got Talent was held Friday, June 26, and by the next day, the effort was nearing its goal of $1,000.

The live virtual talent show led by the AHS Scoops club invited Arlingtonians of all ages to connect and celebrate creativity, diversity and community, while raising money for the Jimmy Fund. 

For more details, click here >>

The group is known for its annual Scoopermania, all-you-can-eat ice cream festival, held in past years in May to raise money for the Jimmy Fund to aid research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. See this promo >>


This news announcement was published Thursday, June 25, 2020, and updated June 27.

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