Community Service-Wolves Style
UWG’s Wolves Pup Club will bring in up to 50 disadvantaged youth from West Georgia communities to enjoy each home football game.
Wolves fans from the Carroll County Boys and Girls Club and University Communications and Marketing staff member Rob Douthit cheer the team on at the first game. The newly formed Pup Club will treat children from around the county to home games and hot dogs.
Each young fan in the club will receive a complimentary game ticket, hot dog, soft drink and souvenir, while enjoying the excitement of seeing the Wolves in action.
Youngsters from Carroll County and surrounding areas will be invited, as well as dignitaries from those locales, to join in the fun.
After the first two games, the young fans who attended seem to have had a great time.
"Thank you so much for the game and for the food that was given to us. I enjoyed every bit of it," wrote one fan, Keya, in a thank you note.
"Thanks for letting us attend. It was my first college game and I had an amazing time," Nicole, another fan, wrote.
UWG is ready for another thrilling year of Wolves sports, and hopes to see and hear all its young fans cheering for victory.
For more information concerning the Wolves Pup Club, contact Lisa Ledbetter, assistant vice president for university events, at 678-839-0672.
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