Trinity Academy fifth-graders (from left) Sophie Preston, Allie Lawrence, Sarah Schulz, Leslie Meadowcroft and Ashley Woodfin are planning the Hoops for Hope tournament to raise money for an AIDS clinic in Zambia.
Trinity Academy fifth-graders (from left) Sophie Preston, Allie Lawrence, Sarah Schulz, Leslie Meadowcroft and Ashley Woodfin are planning the Hoops for Hope tournament to raise money for an AIDS clinic in Zambia. PHOTO BY Sarah Barr - sbarr@newsobserver.com
Trinity Academy fifth-graders (from left) Sophie Preston, Allie Lawrence, Sarah Schulz, Leslie Meadowcroft and Ashley Woodfin are planning the Hoops for Hope tournament to raise money for an AIDS clinic in Zambia. PHOTO BY Sarah Barr - sbarr@newsobserver.com

Fifth-graders plan “Hoops of Hope” marathon to help AIDS orphans

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