By: Lauren Fabrizilfabrizi@klkntv.com
Middle school students in the capital city are showing they aren't too young to make a difference.
"We're researching problems and we're raising money for them," Allie Haggar said.
6th graders at Scott Middle School are getting the word out about their annual Make a Difference fair.
The goal is to educate the people of Lincoln about world–wide problems like cancer, animal abuse and bullying.
"Making a difference to me means you're helping those social problems of today and it has an impact on everything pretty much," Sydney Hatcliff said.
180 students will raise money for nearly 50 different charities at the fair. Last year, they raised about $8,000.
If you'd like to go to the fair, it'll be held March 20, in the Scott Middle School multi–purpose room from 4:30 to 6 p.m.