Two St. Lawrence students are embarking on fund-raising missions for national charity efforts in the spring.

Kathryn M. Fitzgibbons '02, Saratoga Springs, New York, plans to bicycle cross-country during the summer to raise awareness and money for Habitat for Humanity and bicycle safety for children. Some 60 college students from across the country will be involved in the effort, with each participant raising a minimum of $3,500. The trip originates in New Haven, Connecticut, and finishes on the West coast, either in San Francisco or Seattle. A physics major, Fitzgibbons is involved in a number of campus activities, is a delegate to the University's Board of Trustees and is a member of Kappa Delta Sigma sorority. For more information, visit the Habitat Bicycle Challenge Web site, or contact Fitzgibbons at St. Lawrence.

Emily S. Perlman '03, Oswego, New York, plans to participate in the Avon Breast Cancer Three-Day, a 60-mile walk from Ann Arbor to Detroit, Michigan, scheduled in May. The event is planned to raise money for breast cancer research, education, treatment and screenings, with participants each raising a minimum of $2,000. Perlman is a pyschology major, with a minor in sociology.For more information, visit the Avon Breast Cancer Three-Day Web site, or contact Perlman at St. Lawrence; her participant number for the event is 2335.

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