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Elizabethtown College’s Education department hosted their annual A-T Benefit concert this past Saturday.
The concert is to help spread awareness and crowdfund support for Ataxia-Telangiectasia, also known as A-T. A-T is a progressive, degenerative disease that affects a variety of body systems and appears almost entirely in toddlers when they begin to walk.
Many groups came out to help at the concert, such as Phalanx, Emotion, Elizabethtown College’s Dance Team and so many more.
Josh Folk, president of Phalanx, spoke to us about the benefit.
“So Phalanx is super happy to be able to perform for the A-T Benefit again, run by Ed Org. It is such a great concert that supports those children that are going through A-T so it is just really awesome to be able to be here and perform.”
I also interviewed Jenna Hansell, an education major who helped organize the event.
“So the A-T benefit concert is benefiting kids who have a rare childhood disease and all the money that we are raising is going to help their children’s project.”
“All the benefits from the concert go towards helping those suffering from A-T.”
In Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, Quintin George, WeTown.org.