In contrast to speeding out of the parking lot for lunch, many students went to Spanish Fork High’s commons area. Thursday was Purple Pinkie Day. Students had the chance to donate a simple dollar in exchange for their pinkie to be dyed purple. But who would want to pay to have their pinkie colored purple? Those who knew it was for a good cause, that’s who. One dollar was enough to give two children a polio vaccine. It was lighthearted and fun, and those who were involved took pride in their purple pinkie. Those who donated were proud and glad they could help a child in need.