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Date For THON Weekend 2020 Announced

THON announced on its Twitter account that THON Weekend 2020 will be held February 21-23 in the Bryce Jordan Center.

THON 2020 will be the first event to operate under THON’s new guidelines that no longer permit fundraising that requires travel outside of State College. THON 2019 executive director Kelly McCready and THON 2020 executive director Regina Duesler wrote in a statement that the new guidelines are being put into place to prioritize the safety of students and volunteers.

This announcement is perhaps the most important statement related to THON 2020 since Executive Director Regina Duesler and the Executive Committee Members were announced back in March.

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