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THON Selling Dancer Care Packages Through February 10

With THON 2021 right around the corner, you can now purchase care packages to support this year’s dancers.

Each gift is $15 and available through THON’s website. Packages include a variety of items dancers might find useful or even mildly amusing, like bubbles, glowsticks, THON-themed coloring pages, vintage merchandise, a THON Raffle ticket, notes of encouragement, snacks, and more.

All proceeds will benefit THON and can be credited to an organization, committee, or independent dancer couple of your hoice. You can also choose to send a random dancer a care package.

Upon purchase, you will be required to fill out a Microsoft form in order to help personalize and distribute packages. Orders are due by Wednesday, February 10.

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Anna is a freshman from Washington D.C., but if you're from the DMV she's actually from Alexandria, VA. She likes 80's and 90's rock, was born in a pink hospital in Honolulu, and is obsessed with Gritty, however has never seen a Flyers game. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @annae.wgn for pictures of her cats and her incoherent ramblings.

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