Lander's ATO Fraternity brothers brace themselves for a deluge of yokes at its "Eggerator" fundraiser Wednesday morning. All proceeds from the fundraiser went to The Humane Society of Greenwood.
(Kate Hruby | Index-Journal)
Lander's ATO Fraternity brothers brace themselves for a deluge of yokes at its "Eggerator" fundraiser Wednesday morning. All proceeds from the fundraiser went to The Humane Society of Greenwood. (Kate Hruby | Index-Journal)
More than one person ended up with egg on his face at the Lander University's ATO fraternity "Eggerator" fundraiser Wednesday morning.
This time, at least, it was for a good cause.
Students and faculty paid to throw eggs at ATO fraternity brothers with all proceeds going to The Humane Society of Greenwood, an animal protection organization.


Fraternity treasurer Luke Vickery said the event occurs nationwide throughout various ATO chapters. However, Vickery said his chapter decided to give the proceeds for their rendition of the fundraiser to The Humane Society because he and his fraternity brothers have a love of animals and dogs.
Wedged in between the cultural center and the Carnell Learning Center, the "eggerator" itself was a shelter for the human targets. It was comprised of a fence, providing some, albeit little, protection for the brothers. Attached to the top of the fence was large tarpaulin, anchored to the ground several feet behind the fence.

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