Wabash, DePauw Phi Delts lift income for ALS Association – The Banner
November 26, 2016 - als
CRAWFORDSVILLE Having lifted $31,000 for a ALS Association in a process, members of DePauw University and Wabash College Phi Delta Theta companionship chapters presented a diversion round to officials before to a start of a 122nd Monon Bell Classic football diversion on Saturday, Nov. 12.
The round was relayed on feet and bike between a dual campuses a day before in allege of a classic.
The thought is to lift both recognition and supports for a general companionship charity, a ALS Association, DePauw section boss Jack Rotman said. In addition, it assistance sets a tinge for a honour we have for a eventuality and a competition.
ALS ordinarily famous as Lou Gehrigs Disease is a on-going neurodegenerative illness that attacks haughtiness cells and pathways in a mind and spinal cord. As many as 30,000 Americans might now be influenced by ALS.
The ALS Association is a usually inhabitant non-profit classification fighting this illness on each level.
Since a Iron Man Lou Gehrig was a member of Phi Delta Theta, a companionship has adopted ALS as a general charity.
DePauw Phi Delt Little 5 bike riders ecstatic a round median between Greencastle and Crawfordsville. Then a group of Wabash Phi Delt runners took it a rest of a approach behind to a home of this years contest.
This is a fourth uninterrupted year for a eventuality Wabash Chapter Adviser Jim Dyer said. This year, good obscure $31,000 in donations to ALS Indiana. We are beholden to DePauws and Wabashs jaunty directors for their support of this really certain event.
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