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April 27, 2012
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Cadets help awareness for Relay for Life march on

MARCHING ON
Courtesy of Rebecca Grenell
MARCHING ON - Students, faculty and community members can still donate to the cause by logging onto the Relay for Life website and finding their team name.
MARCHING ON
Courtesy of Rebecca Grenell
MARCHING ON - Students, faculty and community members can still donate to the cause by logging onto the Relay for Life website and finding their team name.
MARCHING ON
Courtesy of Rebecca Grenell
MARCHING ON - Two cadets, John Poling and Devin Thomas, walk around the field house track to raise money and awareness about cancer while carrying their military backpacks, the only two from their organization able to participate.
Two Susquehanna students who are part of the ROTC program, Cadet John Poling and Cadet Devin Thomas, participated in the Relay for Life on Friday, April 20 from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.
The two entered their organizaiton, ROTC, into the race at the last minute but were able to participate nonetheless.
Between the two of them, 42 miles were completed around the track for the duration of Relay for Life. Poling completed 27 miles and Thomas completed 15 miles
These miles were completed while both cadets were carrying their military back packs, which weighed around 50 to 60 pounds.
Due to the late entry of their organization, ROTC was unsponsored and raised no money for the cause. The two still hope to continue to add to the amount of money raised that night and are encouraging individuals to donate even though the event is over.
To help these two cadets, log onto the Relay for Life website and find their team from Susquehanna. Any donation amount is appreciated.

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