NEWS Seton Hall American Red Cross Club For immediate release 400 South Orange Avenue South Orange, NJ, 07079
CONTACT: Joe Daniels (503) 555-8599
SETON HALL AMERICAN RED CROSS CLUB HOSTING ZUMBA NIGHT
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (MARCH 28, 2017) – The Seton Hall American Cross club is hosting a Zumba Night in the Main Lounge on Monday, April 3rd from 6 – 7 pm. Tickets to the event are five dollars and can be found on Eventbrite.com.
Proceeds from the event like previous others are to go the Red Cross Organization and the event is open to any and all participants willing to join. Joe Daniels who is on the e-board had said ” One of our e-board members is certified in teaching Zumba so we thought it would be a great way to keep people active and have some fun. ” In February the American Red Cross Club at Seton Hall held an event in the Walsh Gym to celebrate heart month. Along with another tabling event last week in the University Center. The club states that the events are “all in the same spirit.” The American Red Cross Club at Seton Hall has worked closely with the Red Cross Organization to aid in whichever way the University can. There has been multiple blood drives, informative sessions, and events to raise proceeds for the organization. The Zumba event is an experimentive one and if goes well the club would be sure to hold future events like it if met with positive response.
The American Red Cross Organization is a humanitarian organization that has provided emergency assistance and disaster relief service since its formation in 1881. For more information on the Seton Hall American Red Cross Club visit its official Facebook page here. For a gallery of previous events and things from the club check their Photobucket page.
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The three main questions we asked were:
Did you know that today was Mardi Gras?
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