Montgomery College Students Teeter Totter for Charity

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By CBS-8 Reporter

College students in Montgomery are channeling their inner child for a good cause.

The Lambda Chi Alpha chapter at Auburn University Montgomery is hosting its annual Teeter Totter marathon.

This year, the profits will go to the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Lisa Chatham Wilson, a woman battling cancer since 2007, and has recently been told by doctors that she has less than a year to live.

If you would like to participate, the marathon runs on the quad through 8:30 AM  Wednesday morning.
 

You can also visit Lambda Chi Alpha's Facebook page to find out how else you can donate to the cause.

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