B-W Game: Meet & Eat with Lion Legends

Once again FightOnState.com is proud to be the official media partner of the Blue-White Scholarship Breakfast. This event, in its third year, is the perfect way for Nittany Lion fans to kick off Blue-White Game-Day, but hurry tickets to this event, featuring Lion Legends like Andre Collins and Lee Rubin, is extremely limited.

MANALAPAN, N.J. -- The Community Refuge Education and Recreation Center today announced the Second Annual Blue-White Scholarship Breakfast to be held at The Nittany Lion Inn on the University Park campus of Penn State during annual Blue-White Weekend on Saturday, April 19 at 9 a.m.

Former Nittany Lion safety Lee Rubin is managing the event. Due to the overwhelming success of the breakfast last year, this has become an annual breakfast event which doubles as a fund-raiser for the Penn State Pilgrimage, an annual trip which brings dozens of young men, ages 11 to 18, from New Jersey to Penn State for Blue-White Weekend.

Over the past several years the pilgrimage has provided a unique experience and powerful exposure to hundreds of young participants. The Blue-White Scholarship Breakfast is open to all Penn State fans and alumni and will feature a variety of special guest speakers including Andre Collins.

Past guest speakers have included Bobby Engram, Jerry Sandusky, D.J. Dozier and Terry Smith.

This is an event no true Penn State fan should miss! Tickets are just $25 and seating is very limited. To purchase tickets, visit the organization's website, CRERC.org. Tickets may also be purchased at the event, if available.

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About the Community Refuge Education Center: The Community Refuge Education Center is a section 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service whose mission is to develop and implement programs that will enhance skills, build self-esteem, and increase overall productivity for individuals of all ages.

Community Refuge Education Center
PO Box 824
Manalapan, NJ 07726


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