Glenville State College’s Second Annual Relay for Life ‘Cancer’s a Drag’ Show will be held March 30th at 6:00 p.m. in the GSC Rusty Musket. This is the most popular Relay for
Life (RFL) event that the GSC RFL Committee sponsors in order to raise money for the American Cancer Society (ACS). Men from across campus dress up as women and perform for donations. There will be at least seventeen participants while there were only five last year.
GSC Vice President for Enrollment Management Duane Chapman will be returning to the stage this year as the ‘headliner’ of the event. “It is a good time for a good cause. I encourage everyone to attend and show their support for the performers with donations to the GSC Relay for Life,” said Chapman. Last year’s event raised over $200 in thirty minutes.
“This is always a fun event filled with a lot of different music styles, clothing styles, dance styles, laughter, and fun. I feel honored that so many people are willing to participate and help raise money in the fight against cancer,” said GSC student and RFL Events Committee Chair Laural Smith.
The GSC Relay for Life will be held all day on April 28th in the Glenville State College Mollohan Campus Community Center. For more information, contact GSC Student Activities Director Kipp Colvin at Kipp.Colvin@glenville.edu or (304) 462-6412.