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Governor Tom Wolf Tweets Good Luck To THON

We’re about T-4 hours until dancers stand at the Bryce Jordan Center for THON 2018, and you all know what that means: It’s time for countless celebrities and public figures to give their annual recognition of all that Penn State students do throughout the year for the fight against pediatric cancer.

First up is Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, who tweeted good luck Friday afternoon to all students involved:

Since Penn State is Pennsylvania’s sole land grand institution, it only makes sense that Governor Wolf should congratulate his constituents who attend Penn State on a job well done.

Last year during THON Weekend, Governor Wolf visited the Bryce Jordan Center and walked around on the floor before speaking on stage. Though the governor usually tweets his daily schedule, there’s no word yet on whether Wolf will once again make an appearance for this year’s dance marathon.

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