Greek Week to Host Dance-A-Thon for Campus and Community

Truman’s Greek Week Committee will be sponsoring the philanthropy event “NickeGLOWdeon Dance-A-Thon” at 7 p.m. April 4 for their annual Greek Week celebration.

This year’s theme will be “Glow in Dark 90s” inspired by Nickelodeon. The event will take place on Truman’s Quad, with a rain site of Pershing Arena. It is open to all members of the Greek, campus and Kirksville communities and is intended for audiences and participants of all ages. Children are welcome.

The majority of the proceeds will be donated to Kirksville’s Victim Support Services, Inc. Victim Support Services provides services to men, women and children who are or have been the primary or secondary victim of a violent crime including domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or any type of abuse. Services offered include a 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, case management, advocacy, counseling, support groups and referrals.

Anyone interested in participating should form a team and register online at Dancers will be given glow in the dark items to wear throughout the event. There will be music, games, prizes, a costume contest and a lot of dancing.

Greek Week at Truman State University is the celebration and promotion of the Greek Life Pillars: scholarship, leadership, integrity and commitment throughout the campus and community. Greek Week is a time for Greeks to give back to their campus and community.
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