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Grand Junction, Colorado – IntelliTec College volunteers March for Dimes to save babies and Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease. On August 30th an IntelliTec instructor was “arrested” and held to raise money for bail for the March for Dimes. A team of students did the Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease on September 15th. These charities make up a small percentage of the charities that IntelliTec gets involved in each year.
Medical Program Supervisor Adam Burke was “imprisoned” for the March of Dimes charity and must “raise bail” to be released. Donations can be made for his “bail” at http://jailandbail.marchofdimes.com/aburke43. He was at the Texas Roadhouse in Grand Junction on August 30th. All donations went to benefit the March of Dimes in their efforts to stop the rising rate of premature births by funding lifesaving programs of research, education and community services. Statistics say that one in eight babies are born premature or too small. They struggle to survive, requiring expensive, extra care and, despite all efforts, too many don’t make it.[boilerplate 1-caption-insert-before]IntelliTec Students Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease [boilerplate 2-caption-insert-after] [boilerplate 3-image-insert-after]
The Student Ambassadors club and the AMT club have joined forces and created the “Memory Stomp Warriors,” with a goal to raise $2,250 for this year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease. The walk took place at Long’s Family Park on F Road in Grand Junction on September 15th at 9:15 a.m.[boilerplate about-grand-junction]
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