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Nittany Lion Club to Host Penn State Football Preview Evening September 3

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Aug 15, 2013

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UNIVERSITY PARK, PA. - The Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Nittany Lion Club will be hosting a Penn State Football Preview evening on Tuesday, September 3 at the Radisson in Camp Hill. With the season only a few weeks away, join the Nittany Lion Club for an exciting, informative and interesting evening of Penn State Football talk with "The Voice of the Nittany Lions" Steve Jones and Director of the Penn State Football Letterman's Club, Wally Richardson.

Jones will provide his insight and frontline knowledge of the 2013 Nittany Lions, while Richardson will update attendees on his return to Penn State and give insight on his new role.

The cost per person is $25, which includes a tailgate-style dinner along with a silent auction and raffle prizes, one of which being two Penn State Football Suite Tickets. The Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Nittany Lion Club encourages fans to wear Penn State Blue and White.

For more information or questions about the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Nittany Lion Club Penn State Football Preview evening, please contact Jim Smeltzer at (717) 761-0211. The registration deadline for the event is Thursday, August 29.

The Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Nittany Lion Club sponsors Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Nittany Lion Club Wrestling Endowment, Fran Fisher Athletic Scholarship, and the James and Louise Tarman Endowed Football Scholarship, which support the grant-in-aid for several student-athletes. If you cannot attend, but would like to make a gift toward a Central PA Chapter of the Nittany Lion Club sponsored Endowment, please contact Jim Smeltzer.

 

 

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