Medtech Students Making A Difference

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Updated: 12/08/2012 10:34 pm
They are just a small college hoping to make a big difference. Students from the Medtech Medical Billing and Coding Club rolled up their sleeves today helping out at God's Pantry. The message from the students is that anyone can make a difference for someone in need. Medtech raised money through a bake sale and homemade jewelry that students made and donated. The students raised enough money for 291 pallets of food. Medtech organizers say that the students get together every few months to volunteer and create fundraisers for a charity that benefits the local community.
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