Second Annual NDSU Animal Science Showcase being held Nov. 1
The NDSU Animal Sciences Department invites all alumni, livestock producers and friends of the department to their 2nd Annual Animal Science Showcase event. This year’s festivities will be held on Nov. 1, 2008 in conjunction with Harvest Bowl and the Indiana State football game. This year’s event is being hosted jointly by the North Dakota Pork Producers Council.
This year’s activities will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1 in Shepperd Arena on the NDSU Campus. There will be a no-host social, kids’ activities and games, as well as an opportunity to view the latest research which the department is conducting. In addition, a slide show focusing on the history of the department will be available for viewing.
Prior to the football game, there will be a tailgating event in the west Fargodome parking lot. Pork for the event will be sponsored by the ND Pork Council. Other goodies and food items, coffee, and lemonade will be provided, but feel free to bring other treats to share if you like. Please be sure to review the City of Fargo Tailgating Regulations at http://www.gobison.com/ (Click on ‘Tailgating’ on the left side of the screen).
Tickets for the football game are available by calling 231-NDSU (231-6378 or 888-231-6378) or by visiting http://www.gobison.com/
For more information on Harvest Bowl or to obtain tickets to attend the Harvest Bowl banquet, see this web site: http://www.ndsualumni.com/ and click on Harvest Bowl. You can also contact the NDSU Alumni Association at 800-279-8971 or e-mail Marilyn Doeden at email@example.com for more information.
For more information about the Animal Science Showcase event, feel free to contact the department at (701) 231-7641.
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