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Communication Sciences & Disorders Student Group Supports Relay for Life at WKU

Communication Sciences & Disorders Student Group Supports Relay for Life at WKU

On November 8, 2013 WKU’s chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) sold hot chocolate and chili to help raise funds to benefit the American Cancer Society.  Two team captains, Adair McAlister and Lindsay Dicken, along with 27 other NSSHLA members were in attendance walking laps in honor of those affected by cancer and helping work the booth.  One of the chapter sponsors, Mrs. Debbie Breen, is a cancer survivor of seven years, making the event even more meaningful to all its members.  From selling the items, the team made $130.  With online registrations, donations, and the amount from sales at the event the NSSLHA team raised an estimated $760 for the American Cancer Society.  The chapter & sponsors would like to thank everyone who came out and supported such a great cause.

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