Instead of dressing in purple in support of the Vikings game November 21st, the students of Glenwood City supported a different cause, Epilepsy Awareness.
With November being National Epilepsy Awareness month, Glenwood City High School students grades 9-12 dressed in purple to raise awareness on the subject.
Senior, Megan Samens encouraged all students throughout the week to wear purple in support for the cause.
Megan encouraged the students due to her senior project topic on the importance of public awareness on Epilepsy.
Along with wearing purple, Megan also sold 100 Epilepsy Awareness support rubber bracelets to raise money for the cause.
She ended up selling out and making over $200 in proceeds. All the the money was donated towards the National Epilepsy Foundation.