Lethbridge: In spite of a heavy course load, a numder of U-of-L students have found time to have fun and do it for a good cause.
The students are mostly members of the Psychology and Neuroscience club. They have dug-in to a pile of snow outside the Students Union Building, to create a Quincee, or snow cave. They slept there Wednesday night and expect to be there Thursday night as well. It's an effort to raise money for and awareness of A-L-S or Lou Gehrig's disease.
Why a snow Cave? Because it's claustrophobic and isolating. Having A-L-S has been compared to being buried alive.
You should stop by and chat with them or offer a donation. The snow cave will have to be demolished by noon Friday because of the weather.
Posted on Thursday, February 10, 2011 at 4/16/2014 5:51:33 PM
Source: Dori Modney -- Country 95 News