Not too many pictures from this farmers market Saturday, I’m afraid to say. I believe it was because it was my first full day at home after Dodd, and I was still trying to get used to taking pictures from a wheelchair, thus many less good ones came out. Definitely a milestone day, nonetheless.
OPEN HOUSE FOR REGIONAL EVENT CENTER AUG. 22; INTRASQUAD GAME, YOUTH CLINIC ALSO PLANNED
US Fed News Service, Including US State News August 7, 2008 Southwest Minnesota State University issued the following news release:
An open house for the new Regional Event Center on the campus of Southwest Minnesota State University will be held on Friday, Aug. 22 from 5-6:30 p.m.
The event will include a Mustang Booster Club and M-Club (Marshall High School) kickoff picnic.
A brief ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 6:10 p.m. on the field. web site marshall high school
“It’s an opportunity for people in the region to come and take a look at the new facility,” said Sara Granheim, Athletic Development Director and one of the event organizers. “There has been a lot of interest in the Regional Event Center since construction started – people have driven by and watched its progress – and this is a way for the community to see the finished product.” SMSU personnel will be stationed around the facility to answer any questions, said Granheim. marshallhighschoolnow.net marshall high school
The Regional Event Center will be home to SMSU and Marshall High School football and soccer teams, and will also host any number of events such as concerts, speakers, marching band competitions, etc.
A Young Mustangs Football Clinic for those in grades K-6 will be held from 4-5 p.m. on the Regional Event Center field, followed by the Mustang Booster Club and M-Club picnic in the concourse area.
Cost if the picnic is $5. It is free to Mustang Booster Club members.
The Mustang intrasquad scrimmage will be held from 6:30-8 p.m., followed by an autograph session with the players in the concourse area. A team picture will be given to fans for signing, and Granheim said Mustang fans may also bring other items for players to sign – t-shirts, balls, etc.
The SMSU Star of Minnesota Marching Band and the Marshall High School Marching Band will also play.
The open house is part of a full day of activities at the Regional Event Center. A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the SMSU community will be held at 9:30 a.m., followed by the SMSU convocation for incoming freshmen.
The evening concludes with a Kory & the Fireflies concert for SMSU students in the Regional Event Center plaza.Contact: Jim Tate, 800/642-0684, email@example.com.
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