PHOTOS: Annual ‘break-athon’ boosts Warm the Children fundraising

Patti Wasilewski of the Greenfield Recorder accepts a donation from Natan Volosenco, 12, from the Greenfield Tae Kwon Do Center. The Federal Street center holds a “break-athon” fundraiser each year to benefit Warm the Children, the Greenfield Recorder’s charity that helps provide warm clothing for families in need across Franklin County and the North Quabbin region. The 21st annual “break-athon,” held in November, raised $6,308 for the charity.

Patti Wasilewski of the Greenfield Recorder accepts a donation from Natan Volosenco, 12, from the Greenfield Tae Kwon Do Center. The Federal Street center holds a “break-athon” fundraiser each year to benefit Warm the Children, the Greenfield Recorder’s charity that helps provide warm clothing for families in need across Franklin County and the North Quabbin region. The 21st annual “break-athon,” held in November, raised $6,308 for the charity. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Patti Wasilewski of the Greenfield Recorder accepts a donation from Natan Volosenco, 12, from the Greenfield Tae Kwon Do Center. The Federal Street center holds a “break-athon” fundraiser each year to benefit Warm the Children, the Greenfield Recorder’s charity that helps provide warm clothing for families in need across Franklin County and the North Quabbin region. The 21st annual “break-athon,” held in November, raised $6,308 for the charity.

Patti Wasilewski of the Greenfield Recorder accepts a donation from Natan Volosenco, 12, from the Greenfield Tae Kwon Do Center. The Federal Street center holds a “break-athon” fundraiser each year to benefit Warm the Children, the Greenfield Recorder’s charity that helps provide warm clothing for families in need across Franklin County and the North Quabbin region. The 21st annual “break-athon,” held in November, raised $6,308 for the charity. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Patti Wasilewski of the Greenfield Recorder talks with Greenfield Tae Kwon Do Center owner and instructor David Johnson. The Federal Street center has raised a total of $115,755.55 to benefit Warm the Children, the Greenfield Recorder’s charity that helps provide warm clothing for families in need, since starting its annual “break-athon” fundraiser 21 years ago.

Patti Wasilewski of the Greenfield Recorder talks with Greenfield Tae Kwon Do Center owner and instructor David Johnson. The Federal Street center has raised a total of $115,755.55 to benefit Warm the Children, the Greenfield Recorder’s charity that helps provide warm clothing for families in need, since starting its annual “break-athon” fundraiser 21 years ago. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Published: 03-14-2024 11:32 AM

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