Friday, February 17, 2012

Joe paterno charity

  • STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - One of senior Will Martins lasting memories at Penn State was when football coach Joe Paterno came to rouse some 700 dancers trying to make it through the annual charity dance marathon on campus.
  • (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
  • STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- The dozens of signs, bouquets of flowers and other items left by fans at the Joe Paterno statue outside Penn States Beaver Stadium in honor of the late Hall of Fame coach have been removed and stored inside the stadium to dry out.
  • (ESPN)
  • The scandal took down Jerry Sandusky, The Second Mile charity, multiple high-level officials at Penn State, including the University President, and of course, Joe Paterno. Paterno was more than a man, he was an icon, and it took a lot to bring him down.
  • (Anchorage Press)
  • Joe Paternos family says theyll be selling copies of the coachs memorial service and donating the proceeds to charity. Family, friends and fans say goodbye to Penn State legend Joe Paterno.
  • (FOXSports.com)
  • For State College community members and business owners, mourning the loss of Joe Paterno has taken on many forms.
  • (Digital Collegian)
  • Take a look at the Penn State career of Joe Paterno in photos. Paterno died Jan. 22 Special Olympics president Matt Aaron said this week some donations to his charity came from other schools.
  • (FOXSports.com)
  • Joe Paternos memorial service is coming to DVD All the money generated from sales of the DVDs will be given to an undisclosed charity. Paterno also didnt say for how much each DVD would sell.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Joe Paterno died Sunday at age 85 They championed Special Olympics and THON, the Penn State student-organized dance marathon charity that raises millions of dollars annually for childhood cancer research and treatment.
  • (NBC Sports)
  • The family of Joe Paterno intends to sell copies of the late coachs memorial service with the proceeds going to charity. In a statement from Scott Paterno, the family said they will launch a website soon where copies can be purchased on DVD.
  • (Philadelphia Daily News)

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