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The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has made its way to SBC-Jacksonville

September 21, 2014 SBC-Jacksonville, General 0 Comments

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has made its way to SBC-Jacksonville thanks in part to a challenge issued by its student body. On September 15, 2014, SBC-JAX’s leadership team – Campus President, Ben Sedrine; Director of Education, Jennifer Mullings; Director of Cardiovascular Technology, Lowell “Corky” Hecht; Director of Dental Hygiene, Kim Bastin; and Director of Medical Assisting, Stephanie Bernard – accepted their challenge and were given an icy shower in front of the entire campus.

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has made its way to SBC-Jacksonville Prior to his soaking, President Sedrine, in the spirit of the event, challenged SB-Houston’s Campus President, Jeff Fowler, and SB-Dallas’s Campus President, David Bowman.

SBC-JAX raised $200 for the ALS Association.

Let’s see what you got, Houston and Dallas!


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