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Austin Peay State University collecting toys during Joy of Giving Toy Drive

 

APSU - Austin Peay State University SportsClarksville, TN - Austin Peay fans looking to spread some holiday cheer are invited to participate in the Joy of Giving Toy Drive and Help-an-Elf, sponsored by Austin Peay’s Health and Human Performance Club, and save money on tickets to upcoming home basketball games.

Austin Peay is offering special $2.00 tickets for fans who come to the next two home games – a men’s game against Liberty, 7:00pm, December 14th and a women’s contest against Chattanooga, 7:00pm, December 18th – and donate a new unopened toy.

Austin Peay’s Health and Human Performance Club's Joy of Giving Toy Drive.

Austin Peay’s Health and Human Performance Club’s Joy of Giving Toy Drive.

The HHP Club is hoping to collect enough toys for every child at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, where they will be dropping the toys off prior to Christmas.

Members of the HHP Club also will be on hand to collect donations to purchase more items for the estimated 200 children who will be in the hospital during the holidays.

For those who cannot make it to the basketball games but want to donate to the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, a donation box is located in the main athletics office, Room 141, in the Dunn Center. Business hours are 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday.

The Govs are hosting Liberty, Saturday, in a return visit of last season’s Ramada Inn Worldwide BracketBuster contest. Liberty was the surprise winner of the Big South Tournament Championships, finishing the season with a 15-21 record. They lost their NCAA Tournament First Four game, 73-72, to North Carolina A&T.

Austin Peay’s women will be hosting Chattanooga, after playing at the defending NCAA Champion Louisville Cardinals, Saturday night. The Lady Govs are 3-5 overall.


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