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GALLERY: John Paul II School sliming

John Paul II Elementary School students watch as Nicole Fuhrer, director of the Mitchell Foundation of Catholic Education, is slimed as a reward for surpassing their goal of $15,000 for the Catholic United Financial raffle ticket sale. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)1 / 6
Emily Moody, a third-grader at John Paul II Elementary School, slimes Nicole Fuhrer, director of the Mitchell Foundation for Catholic Education, Wednesday for surpassing the school goal of $15,000 for the Catholic United Financial raffle ticket sale. Principal Robin Cahoy helps students Thadan Milliken-Auch, a second-grader, Jace Larson, a fourth-grader, and Amy Uher, a sixth-grader, get in line to participate in the sliming. The grand prize for the three-state raffle is a 2014 Honda CR-V or $25,000. Pri...2 / 6
Amy Uher, a sixth-grader at John Paul II Elementary School, and Jace Larson, a fourth-grader, slime Nicole Fuhrer, director of the Mitchell Foundation for Catholic Education, for surpassing the school goal of $15,000 for the Catholic United Financial raffle ticket sale. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)3 / 6
John Paul II Elementary School students watch as Nicole Fuhrer, director of the Mitchell Foundation for Catholic Education, is slimed as a reward for surpassing their goal of $15,000 for the Catholic United Financial raffle ticket sale. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)4 / 6
John Paul II Elementary School students watch as Nicole Fuhrer, director of the Mitchell Foundation for Catholic Education, is slimed as a reward for surpassing their goal of $15,000 for the Catholic United Financial raffle ticket sale. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)5 / 6
Taylor Feterl, a sixth-grader at John Paul II Elementary School, smiles after slimming Nicole Fuhrer, director of the Mitchell Foundation for Catholic Education, for surpassing the school goal of $15,000 for the Catholic United Financial raffle ticket sale. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)6 / 6

Photos from the John Paul II Elementary School sliming, for beating their goal of $15,000 in raffle ticket sales. (Sean Ryan/Republic)

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