The Indians got off to a great start this season, and all Indians fans are welcome for this joint event with OU and Kent State alumni.
On Wednesday, June 22, we're going to head to Flannery's at 5 for some pizza and other tasty apps — plus a few raffle prizes and other goodies — before the Tribe takes on the Rockies at 7:05.
Get your tickets for just $20 a person — which includes the pre-game festivities!
Online Registration at Ohio Alumni.org
All OU alumni, family, and friends are invited to the Bobcat Caravans in Cleveland and Akron/Canton next week. These events are fun for the entire family and include free food, insider updates and prizes!
Coach Frank Solich and Coach John Groce are confirmed for both the Akron/Canton and Cleveland Bobcat Caravans, so you can get updates on the OU football and basketball teams and ask questions about plans for the upcoming seasons.
These events are free, but please register online with the OU Alumni Association. Links are posted below.
For more information, contact Rob Norris at 740-593-1999 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Wednesday, May 25, 6 to 8 p.m.
- Hacker's Bar and Grill at Firestone Golf Course — 600 Swartz Rd., Akron, OH
- RSVP online: Akron Bobcat Caravan Event Registration
- Thursday, May 26, 6 to 8 p.m.
- Mavis Winkles —5005 Rockside Rd., Independence, Ohio
- RSVP online: Cleveland Bobcat Caravan Event Registration
The Tribe's off to a great start this season!
Join fellow OU alumni, family, and friends for a night out at Progressive Field on Wednesday, June 22.
The Indians take on the Rockies at 7:05, and a portion of every ticket sold will benefit Special Olympics Ohio as part of the Indians' Fill the House program.
Before the game we'll meet up at Flannery's on E. 4th for some pizza, appetizers, and socializing with Kent State alumni. The pre-game party starts at 5.
The party and game are just $20 per person. Online registration is available through June 20.
Online Registration at OhioAlumni.org
Questions? Contact Amy Hollis: email@example.com.
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