Sigma Chi Fraternity Participates In Jack's Chattanoggins

Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Sigma Chi Fraternity participating in Jack's Chattanoggins
Sigma Chi Fraternity participating in Jack's Chattanoggins

Sigma Chi Fraternity at UTC participated in the head shave for Jack's Chattanoggins at Chattanooga Market on Sunday. 

The fraternity raised $800 to fund pediatric cancer research at Erlanger Children's Hospital by reaching out to Sigma Chi Alumni, family, friends and co-workers.  


The head shave at Jack's Chattanoggins
The head shave at Jack's Chattanoggins


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