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WSU Football Give-Back Program Continues in Spokane

Cougars to visit Opportunity Elementary Mar. 25.

March 24, 1999

PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State football team will continue its Give-Back Program when the Cougars visit Opportunity Elementary School in Spokane Thurs. March 25 beginning at 1 p.m.

Offensive linemen Reed and Ryan Raymond, kicker Rian Lindell, running back Adam Hawkins, linebacker Tupo Tuupo, and defensive end Mark Hedeen will speak at school assemblies and visit classrooms.

Cougar football coaches Kasey Dunn, Jeff Banks and Bryant Thomas and members of the WSU pom squad will also participate in the event.

"The program is an opportunity to give a little back to the community for supporting us," Dunn said. "A lot of our guys enjoy meeting with the kids. It is their chance to be role models and make sure they can help a kid end up where they are, in college and earning a degree."

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