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Sigma Iota Chi wants you to do or dye at their Colors for a Cause paint party on October 18 to raise awareness for breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.
Think the Color Run, with a lot less running, but just as much funning.
On Saturday, October 18, step out onto the Miller Lawn from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. as Sigma Iota Chi hosts Colors for a Cause, their paint party to raise awareness for breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.
Show your true colors with powdered paint stations including: blue (lost a loved one to Alzheimer’s), green (lost a loved one to breast cancer), yellow (support the cause and a vision of a world without Alzheimer’s and breast cancer), purple (support or care for someone with Alzheimer’s), or pink (support or care for someone with breast cancer).
Students will be given water guns and powdered paint, as well as sunglasses, and the first 75 people will get white Colors for a Cause t-shirts. WPAW will DJ the event.
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