Brian Metz and Mike O'Brien | Wednesday, November 30, 2011
This Saturday, Knott Hall and Circle K will be hosting the 6th Annual Aiden Project — the largest on-campus, single-day service event. The Aiden Project, named after former Juggerknott and cancer survivor Aiden Fitzgerald, affords students the opportunity to make colorful fleece blankets and create encouraging cards for children undergoing cancer treatment at Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis, the site of Aiden’s cancer battle.
Come out to the East Wing of South Dining Hall this Saturday, Dec. 3, from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. It only takes a few minutes of your time to make a blanket and write a note, and it will mean the world to the young patients at Riley. Plus, the live music and free food should ensure that SDH is the place to be this Saturday. So save the date, bring your friends and help brighten the days and warm the nights of the kids battling this terrible disease.
Buy a T-shirt! They’re 15 dollars, and proceeds go to Riley Children’s Hospital.