T-shirt sold to raise money for Owen Baker

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T-shirt sold to raise money for Owen Baker

"I wanted to help with Owens hospital bill," CJ Toney, junior, said. His father, Cliff Toney printed the t-shirts through his printing business, Skid Ink.

Emma Nolan

"I wanted to help with Owens hospital bill," CJ Toney, junior, said. His father, Cliff Toney printed the t-shirts through his printing business, Skid Ink.

Emma Nolan

Emma Nolan

"I wanted to help with Owens hospital bill," CJ Toney, junior, said. His father, Cliff Toney printed the t-shirts through his printing business, Skid Ink.

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This month, many students wear t-shirts in support of Owen Baker and his family. Baker has been hospitalized since late October due to a sever car accident.  The project, lead by Marisa Myers, raised $1,610 for Baker’s hospital bills. The cost of producing the t-shirts were paid for with donations from Myer’s family allowing 100% of proceeds to go directly to Baker. Currently, t-shirt orders are closed. “I was friends with Owen and wanted to help support what he is going through,” Matthew Leno, freshmen, said.