Center Stage: Purdue Cancer Benefit
The Purduettes perform "I Hear a Song" to open the concert portion of the 7th Annual Purdue Center for Cancer Research Cancer Benefit. This year the funds raised from the concert went toward research on pancreatic cancer.
Freshman Anushree Phanse sings the solo to "Big Noise.
The soprano section does the "limbo and the conga".
The women partnered with the Purdue Center for Cancer Research successfully raised $15,085 as well as $4,000 in other donations!
Sophomore Raylene Schramer sings the solo to the Purduette classic "Songbird".
Director of Purdue Musical Organizations, Bill Griffel, takes the microphone to thank those who attended the benefit for their contributions and presence. He then conducted an auction to raise money for the benefit. The Purduette Specialties were up for the wager and they each performed to give the audience an idea of what they all have to offer.
The Holy Cow Girls sing "Sweet, Sweet Smile" in hopes to win the hearts of the audience.
All in all, the benefit was a huge success! Thanks to all the students and members of the Purdue Center for Cancer Research for putting together such a wonderful event!