Lake Superior State Sorority Hosts Teeter Totter Marathon for Charity
A brave group of sorority sisters is braving wind, rain and dropping temperatures to teeter-totter in the middle of downtown Sault Ste. Marie.
They’re raising money for the Epilepsy Research Foundation and the Diane Pepler Resource Center, which helps survivors of abuse and violence.
They started their marathon on Friday and will be rocking till 7:00 Sunday night. Their goal is to raise $3000.
“I think it is something that everyone should try to come out and support. If you look out on the corners, you will see a lot of the frats and sororities do a lot of different events to donate money. All the money goes to charity. It’s a good deed for the day!” said junior Payton Back.
The girls also have a GoFundMe page. You can donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dchvj-teeter-totter