FSU Sorority Hosts 'Colorful' Run To Prevent Child Abuse

By: Elizabeth Nickerson Email
By: Elizabeth Nickerson Email

By: Elizabeth Nickerson
March 3, 2013

Tom Brown Park was covered with the colors of the rainbow, all for a good cause.

The Color Run called Color Me Kappa Delta, was hosted by the FSU Sorority. Students, teachers, faculty and members of the community all ran for the Prevent Child Abuse America charity.

There were more than five-hundred people at the race.

FSU student, Erica Jones participated in the event. ""I feel a little bit competitive because I have a time in my mind for what I've done before. It's like maybe for this charity, I can run a little faster, you know," said Jones.

Kappa Delta raised a whopping ten thousand dollars for the Color Run.

The sorority will make the Color Me K-D race an annual event for the charity.

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