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24th annual All-Campus Picnic at Mooberry Track

HEADLINE:  24th Annual All Campus Picnic next Friday 

Pullman – WSU Dining Services will host the 24th Annual All Campus Picnic on Friday, Aug. 22, 2008 at Mooberry Track Field. 
The picnic will start at 11:00am following University Convocation and will end at 1:30pm.  All Pullman Students, Faculty, and Staff are invited to attend the picnic free of charge with a valid WSU ID card (Cougar Card).  For all others wishing to attend, tickets are 5 dollars ($4.64 + $0.36 tax) per person, and children 5 and under are admitted free of charge.
Dining Services would like to thank US Bank for sponsoring WSU Faculty and Staff and Materials and Resource Management for recycling at the picnic. 
As Dining Services is hosting all Pullman RDA students, Northside Café, Hillside Café, and Southside Café will be closed 10:30am to 3:00pm on the day of the picnic.  
This year’s menu includes Smoked Turkey Sandwiches, Vegetarian Sandwiches, German Sausages, Potato Chips, Fresh Fruit Salad, Janette’s Potato Salad, Snickerdoodle Cookies, Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, and Coca-Cola bottled beverages. 
Dining Services would also like to thank New Student Programs for coordinating events, entertainment, and vendor booths during the picnic.  Please join us for this great opportunity to connect with old friends, meet new ones, and enjoy the sun with the entire WSU community as we welcome a new semester.
 
For more information, please visit dining.wsu.edu.

Contact:  Whitney Mueller – Dining Services Marketing Intern

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