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Last Call for THON Dancer Mail

Last week, we answered all of your questions about sending THON participants dancer mail. Now, it’s time to put these great tips to use and get in all of your last-minute letters! Today is the last day to turn in dancer mail to the Mail Call office in 324 HUB (or 327 if you’re sending a package).

Whether or not you know someone dancing, sending dancer mail is a great way to help dancers get through the tougher parts of the weekend. Don’t forget to put the name and number of the dancer in a visible spot on your mail, or just make something generic for a random dancer!

All mail must be turned in by 7pm today in order for dancers to receive it during Mail Call.

Even the simplest letters or notes can have a huge impact on THON dancers, so break out that construction paper, get the caps off those markers and put your creativity to use!

If you have more questions about Mail Call visit http://thon.org/students/mail_call or contact THON directly at [email protected].

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