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Cougar baseball discounts for employees

Washington’s annual May celebration of public employees will include discounted tickets to Cougar baseball, as well as recognition of WSU employees.

Public Service Recognition Week, May 5-8, will include recognition events in Spokane, Vancouver, the Tri-Cities, Seattle and Olympia (see here). WSU employees who have reached 40 years of service will receive a certificate from the secretary of state. Those employees are:

George Ball, Dallas Barnes, Steven Burkett, Hal Dengerink, Don A. Dillman, Jerry Gough, George Hinman, John Jorgensen, Michael J. Kallaher, Richard Kayser, Kathleen Thistle, Gerald E. Tripard, Kung-Chi Wang and William A. Webb.

With the coupon below, state employees may buy as many as four $1 tickets to the WSU vs. University of Washington baseball game at noon Sunday, May 24, at Bailey-Brayton field in Pullman. This is the sixth consecutive year WSU athletics has co-sponsored the promotion.
 
The Washington State Productivity Board administers public service recognition week every year during the first week of May.
 
 

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