This past Saturday, Fairmont and Alter students looked past their rivalries and came together for a good cause. These Kettering schools came in unity by presenting $1,000 to the Brigid’s Path foundation, a new treatment facility for babies born with addictions. They provide short term care to newborns suffering from prenatal drug exposure. Brigid’s Path is currently renovating a donated building in Kettering and is nearing its $1.9 million dollar fundraising goal. For more information go to https://brigidspath.org/ .