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9th Annual Ag Ball

Posted: March 31, 2014

April 4th ,2014 at 6 pm at the Ramada at State College, PA Join students, faculty, staff and alumni of the College of Agriculture for a fun filled night of awards, networking and casino games. Your ticket includes a buffet dinner and casino chips to win prizes with if you play your cards right!! Tickets are on sale for 15$ in the ASI Lobby from 9 am to 5 pm starting March 24th until the 2nd of April and by reserving tickets by emailing Lydia Copeland.

Dear College of Ag Sciences Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni:

The Ninth Annual College of Agricultural Sciences Spring Formal, Ag Ball, is quickly approaching! Last years event was a great success and we`d like to see even more of a great event as this one will be themed. This year our event will have a Casino touch complete with casino festivities. The members of Ag Student Council have spent a lot of time work on the event so far!

The formal will be held on the 4th of April, at the Ramada in State College, PA. Arrival and seating will take place from 5:45 to 6:00 pm, name tags will be given at check-in. The program will start at 6:15, the dinner is set to begin at 6:30 pm. The evening consists of dancing, dinner, casino events, and the "Of the Year" awards for the college.

Tickets , for $15.00, will be on sale from the 24th of March to the 2nd of April in the lobby of the Ag Science Industry building on campus and by contacting an Ag Student Council Representative or by contacting Lydia Copeland lac5425@psu.edu, the Ag Ball chair. This event is to celebrate the College of Agricultural Sciences with students, advisers, faculty, staff, alumni and their guests. Anyone interested in tickets after the 2nd of April contact me by email for availability.

For any specific needs for the event, directions to the Ramada or for any questions at all, please contact me at Lac5425@psu.edu or any Ag Student Council Representative!

Sincerely,

Lydia Copeland Lac5425@psu.edu Agricultural Sciences Spring Formal Chair

Submitted by Lydia Copeland (lac5425@psu.edu)