FSU Ends Earth Week 2009 with Relay for Life Fundraising Success, Governor's Proclamation
Frostburg State University alumna Theresa Testoni, left, and Cherie Krug, FSU’s Director of Major Gifts (top photograph), share a moment of triumph after reading an official proclamation from Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley acknowledging the University’s volunteerism and service-learning efforts. Testoni and Krug, both representatives on the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism, presented the proclamation in front of a crowd of nearly 1,000 Relay for Life participants Friday, April 25, on the FSU campus, in honor of National Volunteer Week and FSU’s own Earth Week 2009. FSU raised over $42,000 and counting in funds for the American Cancer Society as part of its annual Relay for Life event.
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