RANDOLPH, NJ- Morris County Operation Smile (MCOPSMILE) is holding it's annual carwash this Sunday, Oct. 4, at Randolph High School on Millbrook Avenue in Randolph, NJ. 

This student chapter of Operation Smile was founded in 2011 and has funded 40 free surgeries to date for poor children in the U.S. and around the world. The club's President and Co-Founder is Patrick Santorella-Doyle, a senior at Randolph High School.  

MCOPSMILE has three vice presidents: Alyssa Lenac, a Randolph High School senior; Jessica Pirrello, a Morris Knolls High School Senior; and Sayf Ahmed, a Mountain Lakes High School Junior.  Each officer will lead one fundraiser, which means there will be four fundraisers in total for this school years.  MCOPSMILE is running two concurrent fundraisers right now, the carwash and an informational flyer ad sale targeting local preschools and restaurants.

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Alyssa Lenac is leading the carwash and has already raised over $800 in pre-carwash ticket sales, with the help of 25 students from the 3 aforementioned high schools.  The goal is to raise at least $1,100 with each of the four fundraisers to exceed last year's total of $4,040.  MCOPSMILE needs to raise another $300 at the carwash this Sunday, Oct. 4.