By Kerry A. Sullivan SPECIAL TO THE TELEGRAM & GAZETTE
WORCESTER— For five consecutive days, Lambda Chi Alpha brothers and Alpha Gamma Delta sisters at Worcester Polytechnic Institute will brave the elements on a giant teeter-totter in the college quadrangle to help children with juvenile diabetes.
At noon yesterday, one Lambda Chi Alpha brother and one Alpha Gamma Delta sister climbed aboard the large yellow, green and red wooden teeter-totter built five years ago for the fraternity and sorority’s annual Teeter-Totter-A-Thon philanthropy event. Every half-hour, 24 hours a day through Wednesday, a different fraternity brother and sorority sister pair will take a turn on the teeter-totter to raise awareness and money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, nationally sponsored by the Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation. Approximately 60 young men and 70 young women will take shifts. "