Saturday's Dance Marathon at the University of Florida broke a threshold of $700,000 raised for the Children's Miracle Network at Shands. The event, which lasted 26.2 hours, brought 800 dancers together inside the O'Connell Center to fight fatigue to show support for the children and families who undergo hardships on a daily basis.
Can you imagine watching your land, your house and your child’s playground being bulldozed and demolished?
Bright smiles flashed across young faces as tagged Monarchs and Common Buckeyes fluttered about, landing on fingertips and flowers.
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Gator football player Moses Jenkins fights through fatigue during a push-up contest at the fourth annual Gator Charity Challenge at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Friday night. The event featured a number of strength and speed competitions and all benefits went to the local chapter of The Salvation Army. Walk-on fullback Jesse Schmitt won the push-up challenge, beating nearly 90 other players; Jenkins made it to the top five.