SGA holds ‘Dodge for Dogs and Kitties’

By Erica Andrew |

This year, the Student Government Association is holding “Dodge for Dogs and Kitties” which will help efforts to finding animals a good home. This event will not only raise money and awareness, but students will be having fun playing dodgeball and supporting a good cause.

“Our goal is to raise awareness to help give to a worthy cause, plus its fun, were working hard to brings students together,” said Stephanie Hyland, SGA first chair of community service.

Last year this event was held to raise money for the March of Dimes, and because of its success, the SGA hopes that this year it will be as successful as the last.

“Come sign up or email us if you’re interested! It is $25 dollars per team ($5 per person) and its towards a worthy cause, food, fun and music, even if you don’t want to play you can still come and support the cause,” said Nicole Gauthier, SGA second chair of community service.

The event will be held on April 7 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Flagler gymnasium. There will be a table in the student center for signups from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. every day until April 6.

“Your first alternative should always be to save an animal to give it a good home,” said Gauthier. This cause will not only benefit the humane society that receives the monetary donation, but raise awareness for the hundreds of homeless animals that need a loving home.

To help someone find their new best friend, take part in Dodge for Dogs and Kitties and give to a worthy cause.

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