(MONMOUTH) Students at Monmouth College came together on Saturday night for Zeta Beta Tau's annual music festival Zebestock. Over fifteen acts performed throughout the evening to help raise money for ZBT's national philanthropy Children's Miracle Network.
Zebestock is ZBT's biggest annual fundraiser. All students are welcomed and encouraged to perform in the event, and since Monmouth's chapter of ZBT is packed full of musicians, there were no shortage of performances throughout the evening.
President of the fraternity John Gryzwa said "I think it's cool that we can come together and raise money by playing music, and doing something we all love to do."
Kassi Heald-Schmelzer, a senior at Monmouth, said that "We all look forward to Zebestock every year, so it's good to know that it's going to a good cause."
Children’s Miracle Network is a non-profit organization that raises funds for more than 170 children’s hospitals. Donations from Zebestock helo Children’s Miracle Network fund medical care, research and education that saves and improves the lives of 17 million children each year. For more information on the Children's Miracle Network, go to http://www.childrensmiraclenetwork.org/Index.aspx