Cancer’s a “Drag”By David Finley | April 12th, 2013 | Category: News | No Comments »
Cancer’s A Drag
Many of us will experience the effects of cancer in some way during our lifetime. Whether as a victim of this dreaded disease, or through the affliction of a loved one, most will have to deal with this in some form or another. GSC continues in its tradition of raising money in support of the American Cancer Society.
On Tuesday, April 23, the college will be hosting its annual fundraiser “Cancer’s a Drag”. This event, where gender is switched in the style of dress, has been around since April 2009. Last year around $800 was raised, bringing the total to over $2,200 raised during this events five year history. The goal for this year is set for $1,000 or more, so please come out and have fun at the show and donate to this worthwhile charity.
Every year this event has packed the Rusty Musket with students, faculty and staff watching, cheering and donating to their peers. Any one is allowed to participate in this event, and you do not have to do it alone either. You may enter as a group, though no more than 5 people per group please. Student Organizations can also receive community service if they have a group of members participating.
This event is a lot of fun, with all donations going to the American Cancer Society. If you would like to participate, or would like more information please feel free to contact Kathleen Morris by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Relay for Life adviser, Tara Cosco at extension 6204 at the college
Even if you don’t participate, come out and enjoy the show, and support a great charity that will go far toward helping many people.