Ugly, tacky, even heinous, just a few words to describe the way folks dressed today at United Township High.
More than 400 students and faculty members rocked their ugliest holiday sweaters, for a good cause.
For every sweater, blaze restoration donated ten bucks to needy families in the area. Organizers say they're pleased with all the ugliness.
"Everybody has some type of sweater or some type of ugliness that they can bring out," Danette Simons, VP from Blaze Restoration said. "It was just amazing, tremendous the amount of participation today."
The event raised $4,400 that will help feed more than 30 QCA families.
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