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Have Herb Hand Make You Breakfast…For At Least $500

Offensive line coach, run game coordinator, and pizza fan Herb Hand wants to make you breakfast…for at least five hundred dollars.

Hand will be on hand at the second annual Penns Valley Youth Center Silent and Live Auction tonight at 5:45 p.m.

Hand will speak at the event, sharing his experiences working with youth and stressing the importance of a community that supports the young. That talk will be free.

But, starting at five hundred dollars and going to the highest bidder, Hand will auction himself off to make brunch for the winner and his or her family. He will even provide the groceries. The bidder must be within a four hour radius of State College.

Other items that will be auctioned off are three handmade quilts, a weekend getaway in a Reedsville cabin, and a guided fly fishing trip.

It’s sure to be a great event, as Coach Hand trades in his clipboard for a spatula in an effort to #dominatethebrunch.

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Ben Berkman

State College, PA


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