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September
2017
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11:46 AM
America/New_York

MEDIA ADVISORY: Ahead of football game versus Army, Ohio State students pack boxes for deployed troops

COLUMBUS, Ohio –Ohio State’s Army ROTC and Office of Military and Veteran Services will be leading a service project in conjunction with Operation Buckeye. The military-themed service project comes just ahead of the Ohio State Buckeyes first-ever football game versus the Army Black Knights on Saturday.

Cadets and student veterans will pack 200 care packages for deployed Ohio service members. The event takes place from 1 to 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 15, at Remembrance Park (in front of Converse Hall, facing Ohio Stadium), 2121 Tuttle Park Place.

WHAT: Army ROTC cadets and student veterans will pack care packages for deployed Ohio service members in conjunction with Operation Buckeye, a service organization that sends boxes to troops.

WHEN: 1 to 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 15.

WHERE: Remembrance Park (in front of Converse Hall, facing Ohio Stadium), 2121 Tuttle Park Place.