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THON 2022 Dancers Earn Free Dining Hall Meal

Believe it or not, THON 2022 has already passed us by. This year, though, the event raised a record $13.7 million, which is certainly something to be proud of.

Of course, THON dancers aren’t paid for their charity work, but Penn State Food Services is trying to give them a little token of appreciation this week.

Between Tuesday, February 22, and Thursday, February 24, THON 2022’s 667 dancers can enjoy a free buffet dinner at any on-campus dining commons. All that dancers need to qualify is to bring their bib number to the dining halls. All dancers need to do before picking up some grub is bring their dancer bib along with them.

Although a meal at any dining commons is up for grabs, it’s just a one-time offer, so choose carefully.

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