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CSX Inclusion Council Assists Jump Rope for Heart Fundraiser


CSX again partnered with Gould Elementary School in Savannah March 8 for the annual American Heart Association's "Jump Rope for Heart," helping to coordinate an event that raised an estimated $5,000 for heart disease research.

The partnership was in its third year and required CSX Inclusion Council members to donate their time to helping organize the daylong event. According to Savannah Locomotive Engineer and Inclusion Council Chairman Jim Ramirez, volunteers ensured the K-5th grade students knew where to be during the event.

Each grade filed into the gymnasium every 40 minutes for various jump rope contests — the last of which was a freestyle contest to see for which boy and girl could jump the longest without stopping.

"It's always great for us to be involved in these events," Ramirez said. "It means the world to us to be invited to take part, and it's always a lot of fun."

Prior to the event, students sought donations, most of which were made on a per-minute-jumped basis, helping raise key funds for AHA and its programs.

Joining Ramirez was Inclusion Council newcomer and Savannah Locomotive Engineer Peter Garcia, who joined the council in November.

Published: June 4, 2013