SGA volunteers support the Demar Marathon

by Ian Keating
edited by Trent Dunn

Twenty six students packed into three vans early in the morning to help volunteer at the Demar Marathon in Keene, on Sunday September 27.

The students met at 7:45 a.m. The SGA brought water and other supplies ready for the runners. The day was in the high 80s with most people in the hot sun. The students were at the Green Lawn cemetery in Keene for five hours.

This is the second time the SGA has volunteered for this event. The first time they  volunteered was two years ago.

“It was a great experience and the runners had great attitudes,” said Steph LeClair, SGA rep for SISTUHS.

(Photo: Ian Keating)

“It was a great experience and lovely to see a group of people come together,” said Sophia Venezia, the president of the film club.

SGA voted to help out on this year’s event last semester, as they saw it as an opportunity for Franklin Pierce University to help the community.

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