J.B. Martin council holds fundraiser for fellow student
Pictured are students from J. B. Martin Middle School and Alex.
Alex’s Angels is an organization set up to help with the medical expenses for Luling resident Alex Oxford, who has a rare brain disease.
Students had the opportunity to participate in jean days at school, while getting the community involved with participation in a 50/50 raffle at a home football games to raise funds. J. B. Martin was proud to present Alex with a donation check of $763 on Jan. 31.
The students and faculty of J.B. Martin said they wish Alex and his family all the best.
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