Despite winter biting at their heels, San Jose State University (SJSU) students came out to support Kappa Delta's Carnival for Care on Thursday, November 3, creating an atmosphere filled with music, baked sweets, and carnival fun.
"I had a lot of fun and it inspired me to want to do more with my own organization," said Cesar Fletes, San Jose State student in his junior year.
With entry bracelets and amusement tickets ready, students were able to enjoy attractions such as soccer, skee-ball, and even balloon darts. Food was also plenty with baked goods sold by the sorority sisters and a food truck serving Korean-Mexican culinary fusion. Many danced to music provided by a student DJ and a local singer.
The three-hour carnival created by the Kappa Delta Sorority at SJSU aimed to raise money for a general fund that helps service members who served in Iraq or Afghanistan and their families. The fund can provide anything from patients activities to temporary housing for families of the service members currently treated for service-related injuries at the VA Palo Alto Health Care System.
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