Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Students Bust a Move for Haiti Relief

Guest blog by Rayshawn Watson
Dance-4-Haiti is a Dance-A-Thon being put on by the UNC Charlotte Student Alumni Ambassadors. There have been a lot of charity events and people around campus collecting donations, so we thought this would be a way for students to not only donate, but have fun.

The main reason for the Dance-A-Thon is to raise money for Haiti and to show that students and the 49er family really do care. All donations are welcome and it’s open to the public.

Admission is $3 if you just want to get in and party with us. If you would like to be in the dance contest its $5 dollars and you must arrive by 5:15pm, to be entered into the contest. There will be free food, drinks, and raffles all night long. It will be a fun event and the Student Alumni Ambassadors look forward to seeing you there.

The date for the event is: Feb. 13, 2010 at the Barnhardt Student Activity Center (Halton Arena building) Salons from 6pm-midnight. The SAC is located on the 3rd floor of the Halton Arena.

Rayshawn Watson is a UNC Charlotte student and member of the Student Alumni Ambassadors group.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks to the Student Alumni Ambassadors for coordinating the event. We've also posted a brief announcement about it on our blog, along with a couple other relief efforts going on around campus ( Good luck with this initiative and all other UNC Charlotte efforts to support Haiti!