Penn State Dining To Offer Free Meal For THON Dancers Starting February 21

This weekend, 707 THON 2023 dancers stood for 46 hours in the Bryce Jordan Center to raise money and awareness for pediatric cancer. THON raised a record $15 million, which broke the fundraising record for the second consecutive year.

Naturally, dancers worked up a pretty big appetite after completing such a feat.

Penn State Dining is offering dancers the ideal reward: free grilled chicken thigh halal!

Beginning on Tuesday, February 21, through Thursday, February 23, dancers can receive a free meal from any of the dining halls on campus — Waring, Warnock, Findlay, Pollock, and Redifer.

Dancers must bring their bibs with their dancer numbers to be eligible for one free all-you-can-eat buffet voucher.

So, grab your dancer besties and inhale West cookies like the old days.

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