Douglas MacArthur Elementary School students raised $9,359.33 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Student Series program. With the support of family, friends, neighbors, and teachers, the MacArthur community came together to help those fighting blood cancer. Fourth-grade student Ronaldo Diaz-Paz began saving his coins at the end of last year’s drive. For his birthday, Ronaldo asked friends and family to contribute donations for the fundraiser. A group of MacArthur students spent a few hours after school selling pink lemonade and popcorn to commuters on King Street to help raise money. Many students donated their piggy bank savings to help others in need. And hundreds of students donated thousands of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters to help in the fight against cancer.