The students said their Guinness record attempt, scheduled for Monday at 4 p.m. on the front lawn of Griffin Hall, will involve more than 100 teeter totters and will raise funds to purchase BigBelly Waste and Recycling containers for the school, WXIX-TV, Cincinnati, reported Monday.
The organizers said prizes will be awarded to teams in categories including raising the most money and having the best decorated teeter totter. The prizes include gift cards to local businesses such as restaurants and entertainment venues.
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