Happy Holidays

Thanks to everyone who came out to an event this year, and we hope to see you at an event in 2011!

Let the Good Times Bowl

Get ready to root for your Ohio University Bobcats in the New Orleans Bowl on Saturday, 12/18. Kickoff is at 9 p.m.

Game watch parties are happening in Brunswick, Lakewood, and Willowick — come out and cheer for the 'Cats with fellow OU fans!

No fees are associated with these events. Food & drinks are on your own — pay as you go.

EAST — Willowick
Purple Shamrock — 30480 Lake Shore Blvd., Willowick, OH 44095-4623
Questions? Contact Andrew Banc: (440)347-0368; andrew_banc@hotmail.com.

WEST — Lakewood
Harry Buffalo — 18605 Detroit Ave. Lakewood, OH 44107
Questions? Contact Amy Hollis: 440-220-2837; president@clevelandbobcats.com.

SOUTH — Brunswick
Sidelines Bar & Grill — 1165 Pearl Road, Brunswick, OH, 44212
Questions? Contact Dave Harley: 440-759-3461; DHarley@ACEcleveland.com.

More info

Bowl Central

Cleveland Bobcats

New Orleans Bowl - Game Watch Info UPDATED

Get together with OU fans in your area and cheer for the 'Cats on Saturday, December 18. Kickoff is at 9 p.m.

There is no cost associated with these events; pay as you go.




Bobcats in the Big Easy

Your OHIO Bobcats are headed to the Big Easy!

OU has been selected to face the Troy Trojans in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana (Louisiana Superdome) on Saturday, Dec. 18 at 9 p.m. ET.

Tickets are now on sale through the Ohio Athletics Ticket Office. Please see the following page for information on tickets, accommodations and bowl events: Bobcats in the Big Easy

A Cleveland-area game watch party is in the works! Details will be posted as they are available.

Got Swabbed? Bone Marrow Drive

Co-Sponsored by Hillel at Ohio University, Let My People Know, the Ohio
University Jewish Life on Campus Alumni Association, and the Carter Nedley Foundation.

Sunday, December 5
Noon - 6 PM
The Mandel Jewish Community Center

Join Ohio University Jewish students, alumni, board members, and staff for a
simple cheek swab and be among the thousands of possible donors in the the Gift of Life Registry. You can save a life!

For more information and to volunteer for the drive, contact Rabbi
Danielle Leshaw, Director,Hillel at Ohio University at 740.592.1173, or leshaw@ohio.edu, or Hillel at OU's Bone Marrow Interns, Kara Leyser at kl256308@ohio.edu and Hannah Giterman at hg314808@ohio.edu.

For details about bone marrow donation and to learn more about Gift Of Life, visit GiftofLife.org.
Let My People Know is a project of the Jewish Federation's Centennial Initiative for strengthening and growing Jewish Cleveland.

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