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Wristband Sale Today For Joe Dado Scholarship Fund

dadowristbandsToday from 8 am to 4 pm in the HUB, friends of recently passed Joe Dado will be selling wristbands in order to raise money for a scholarship fund set up in his name. The wristbands are blue with white lettering that say “In Loving Memory/Joey Dado.”

They’re only $3, so while you’re on campus today, see if you can stop by and support a cause that affected each and every one of us here in the Penn State community.

If you haven’t gotten back from break yet or you’re out shooting deer and won’t be able to make it to campus, visit the official Joe Dado Wristband Sale Facebook event page and you’ll find out where you can get them after today.

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