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Mr. and Mrs. THON to Take Over Eisenhower Auditorium Tomorrow

Want to see some of your fellow THON volunteers be crowned for their talents? Then come out to the annual competition for Mr. and Mrs. THON, which will start tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in Eisenhower Auditorium.

The annual event will pit two THON Captains from each of the 14 committees in a talent show, but only one couple will earn the title of Mr. and Mrs. THON. Once each couple performs, the winner of that round will participate in a Q&A session with the judges. Just like last year’s event, the winners can come from two different committees.

Anyone can purchase tickets for the event for $5 at the HUB Information Desk, the Bryce Jordan Center, Eisenhower Auditorium, or the Penn State Downtown Theatre Center all this week during regular operating hours leading up to the event. Keep in mind that tickets are general admission only. You’ll be sitting with the person in front of and behind you in line once admitted.

Good luck to all participating!

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Amber Kloper

Amber is a first-generation Penn Stater--class of 2016--studying broadcast journalism and business. She likes THON and traveling and reading and writing and music and words and rambling.

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