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WEST CHESTER, Ohio - Students at Lakota East High School attempted to break a world record for a good cause Thursday evening.

The Lakota East National Honor Society organized a "lip dub" event to help raise money for the Center for Spina Bifida Care at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

In order to help with the fundraising, the students produced a large-scale, multi-song music video that combines lip-syncing with audio dubbing. The filming took place from a helicopter in order to help get a record 1,700 people in the video.

Patients from the Spina Bifida Coalition of Cincinnati, University of Cincinnati President Santa Ono and 9 On Your Side's Adam Marshall can also be seen showing off their performance skills in the video.

Prior to the event, the school district had already raised more than $10,000 for the cause.

Impressed by the performance? You can make a donation by visiting the following link: .

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