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Tickets available for ASU ‘Hall’ ceremony

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By Edythe Bradley

A limited amount of tickets are still available for the Albany State University Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Friday, Sept. 10. The event will begin at 7 p.m. in the Albany State University HPER Gymnasium.

Persons who wish to attend the ceremony are asked to purchase the $25 tickets as soon as possible. No tickets will be sold at the door, according to ceremony organizers.

“We have had so many people call to request tickets, but want to purchase them at the door,” said Sue Fountain, chairman of the ASU HOF Committee. “We will honor five distinguished individuals during the program, so we don’t want anyone to miss out on this opportunity.”

Dr. Wilburn Campbell Jr., Dr. John I. Davis, Johnny Seabrooks, Timothy Goff and Antonio Leroy make up the 2010 Albany State Hall of Fame class.

Contact Fountain at sbfount@yahoo.com or 706-593-1984, Willie Wingfield at w.wingfield@asurams.edu or 229-430-3978, Katrina Robinson in the ASU Office of Alumni Affairs at knrobins@asurams.edu or 229-430-4658 to reserve tickets.

The Albany State University Sports Hall of Fame was organized in 1999 to formally recognize outstanding contributions to the heritage and tradition of excellence of the Golden Rams Athletics Program. Its purpose is to honor and preserve the memory of athletes, teams, coaches, administrators and supporters whose achievements have brought recognition and honor to the University and its athletics program.

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