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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Mar 21, 2013-
Apr 07, 2013
08:00AM - 12:00AM
Change Challenge for Cancer Awareness
Donation to "Relay For Life" with Sonoma State History Club
Sonoma,
Rohnert Park
Event Description

Sonoma State History Club is raising money for "Relay for Life." We challenge people throughout the Bay Area to assist History Club in this battle against cancer with awareness, courage, and support. Show your support for those fighting cancer, for those who have survived, and for those we have lost to this terrible disease by taking "A Dime, A Time Bottle Challenge." Filling a regular water bottle (such as Crystal Geyser) with dimes can equal to $100. History Club also has "Local Business $100 Change Challenge." History Club challenges local businesses in Sonoma, Solano, San Francisco, Marin, Napa, Yolo counties to come up with $100 in change. Some local business such as Stan's Shuttle & Chaperone Service has donated over $100 in quarters and dimes. Sonoma State University recognizes those who make a difference. Everyone can donate change to support the Determination, the Strength, and the Hope of those fighting against cancer with "Relay for Life" and Sonoma State History Club!

-Additional info, check out our Facebook Page: Sonoma State History Club and/or email Gina Coffey at ginacoffey89@gmail.com.

-All water bottles after use will be recycled.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Jocoya Fox-Jones     Email: missfoxjones@netzero.com
Phone: 707-664-2313

 

      

 

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