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Phi Mu Delta Joins Forces With Kay Jewelers in $800 Hospital Fundraiser


Phi Mu Delta's Kaleb B. Price and Dennette D. Roan, a student and employee of Kay Jewelers, were the main organizers of the event The Phi Mu Deltas with their bears ... and their adviser, Jeffrey D. Filko, assistant director of Dining Services Fraternity representative Eric A. Goeringer, left, with student Timothy B. Boring, who won a Jane Seymour Open Heart Collection necklace Phi Mu Delta and Kay Jewelers sold teddy bears and raffled a necklace on Tuesday, raising $800 for St. Jude Children’s Hospital. The retailer and fraternity work closely with the hospital, which provides medical care to youngsters with no regard to a family’s ability to pay, and collected its sizable donation in a matter of hours outside the Keystone Dining Room. Photos provided by Phi Mu Delta

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