Periods end sentences. They shouldn\u2019t end girls education. East Ridge Middle School students will keep that goal in mind when they host a fundraiser for their sister school, the Mukwashi Trust School in Lusaka, Zambia, next weekend. The students will host a screening of the movie \u201cGirl Rising\u201d at Bethel Cinema Saturday, May 12, at 10 a.m. The movie shares the journey of nine young women from around the world and their journey to achieve an education. Tickets are $11 and all money collected will go directly to building a sanitation block at the Mukwashi school that will bring new freshwater resources to campus, and supplement sanitation supplies for female students. \u201cNew sanitation infrastructure is essential to our female students,\u201d the school said in a press release. \u201cAccess to these facilities will allow them to manage their health needs on campus. Without these improvements, girls will be forced to miss school.\u201d Currently, only six out of 10 girls are able to complete their education at Mukwashi school. The goal is to raise $60,000 to complete the project. If residents are unable to attend and would like to make a donation, visit the Bridges of Peace and Hope website at bridgesofpeaceandhope.info. It is a 501c3 non-profit that coordinates with schools to advance the Mukwashi initiatives.