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Southwestern Oklahoma State University students raise money for clinic

Members of the Asian American Student Association at SWOSU donated the money to buy medication.
By Brian Adler, For The Oklahoman Published: May 3, 2014

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

The AASA raised the money to help buy medications.

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 nonprofit medical clinic founded in 1998 dedicated to serving people with medical needs throughout western Oklahoma. The clinic pays no staff and uses all money to buy medicine and supplies for clients.

Brian Adler is vice president of public relations and marketing for SWOSU.


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