Plymouth students make lip dub for Relay for Life

Plymouth, Ind. A group of sixth graders is sending a message to cancer survivors and their families.

They invited all of Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth to do a lip dub of One Republic's "I Lived” for Relay for Life.

The project was started by a self-organized learning class known as S.O.L.E.

Monday on 16 Morning News we talked with student organizer Griffin Nate and his teacher, Allie Holland. Nate says it was his teacher who inspired him to put it all together.

"Relay for Life really needs the money for this cause and they need it more than most of us need it," Nate said.

To watch their video, click here.


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