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The Red Ribbon AIDS Walk is a 5 kilometer fundraising walkathon through downtown State College and the University campus benefiting the programs and services of the AIDS Project. This annual event brings together the State College, University and surrounding communities to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS and to support programs and services that benefit the community.

Kappa actives were involved in many facets of the walk, helping with the set up and tear down for the race. They also were "human race markers" at every turn during the race. One event organizer commented "how pleased we were with the Phi Sig guys. Walkers really seemed to appreciate being greeted at each corner by a smiling face." This year's walk raised over $27,000, with $11,000 from Greek organizations. Another reason to be proud of our actives!