Hudsonville students showing support for Houston

Hudsonville donations

HUDSONVILLE, MICH. - Hudsonville high school students are doing their part to help raise funds for victims of Hurricane Harvey.

This week, students sold neon yellow shirts saying "Hudsonville (loves) Houston" and 100-percent of those proceeds are going to the Houston Independent School District Foundation. The idea started with group of senior student leaders called "SuperFans."

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"All of us were just looking at the news and we're like, 'Oh my gosh! We just want to do something -- we want to help. This is terrible and of this had happened to us, we'd be devastated," said SuperFan Colson Ceglarek.

The students sold out of t-shirts Friday morning, raising $3,000 for the Houston ISD. Students plan on wearing their support to the Hudsonville versus Grandville football game in Grandville, Friday evening. 

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