2016 Phi Delta Theta Teeter Totter Marathon for ALS

From Oct. 4 - 5, the Phi Delta Theta fraternity will be hosting a 24-hour teeter totter marathon to raise funds for ALS. The fraternity will be teetering for 24 hours straight in hopes of spreading awareness throughout the University of Alberta, and raising funds for the ALS Society of Alberta. Phi Delta Theta orginally became involved with ALS fundraising after Lou Gehrig, a member of the fraternity and professional baseball player, was diagnosed with ALS 75 years ago. For more information, contact Emily@alsab.ca

Tue, Oct 4, 2016 12 p.m. until Wed, Oct 5, 2016 12 p.m.