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Date Auction Helps SWOSU Student Group Raise Over $1,000 for Medical Clinic

April 28, 2014

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Asian American Student Association members present a $1,080 check to Agape Medical Clinic reps Sue Ball (fourth from left) and Dr. Krista Brooks and Dr. Steve Pray (far right) to help purchase medications. The students raised the money through a date auction. They are (from left): Benny Lai, Tin Luong and Andrew Nguyen, Jennifer Pham and Brandon Truong, all of Mustang; and Johnathan Tran, Moore.

Members of the Asian American Student Association at Southwestern Oklahoma State University recently held a successful fundraiser, raising $1,080, for the Agape Medical Clinic in Weatherford.

The AASA raised the money to help purchase medications for the facility.   

The event was a date auction. Student volunteers were introduced on a catwalk and sported their best talent to attract bids. Bids came from AASA members and other SWOSU students.

The Agape Clinic is a non-profit medical clinic founded in 1998 dedicated to serving people with medical needs throughout western Oklahoma. The clinic pays no staff and uses all monies to buy medicine and supplies for clients.

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