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KU Student-Athletes to Host Childhood Cancer Olympics for Angel 34 on April 27

Apr 13, 2017 • by Kutztown University
KU Childhood Cancer Olympics 2017

On Thursday, April 27, the Kutztown University athletic department and students of KU will be participating in their annual Childhood Cancer Olympics to support Angel 34 and its mission, “For Every Child to Have Their Own Angel during Their Battle with Cancer”.

Action begins at 6 p.m. at Keystone Arena.

The students/teams participating the event will be competing against each other in wild and wacky games and at the same time bringing much needed services, support and HOPE for children battling cancer.

During the two-hour event, the teams will participate in games like (Junk in the Trunk, Elephant Walk, Ping Pong Mania and 8 other games). The student body of KU is invited to attend the event and will be able to participate in time out events.

Please make a donation to support your favorite team, club, student (son or daughter or grandchild).

Thank you for being an Angel in Disguise and supporting the event.

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