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OSU, Missouri fans to join forces to help Dallas food bank; volunteers needed

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Press Release OSU:

Volunteers from Oklahoma State University and theUniversity of Missouri are planning to come together for a community serviceproject to help the North Texas Food Bank in Dallas, Texas before the footballteams hit the field to compete in the 2014 AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic January3, 2014. 

Both universities are looking for 30 volunteers to assistin sorting and packing food into boxes to help feed the hungry in northTexas. 

"We are proud of OSU and Missouri fans coming together toprovide help to the Dallas community and to such a worthy cause," said OSUVolunteer Coordinator Joyce Montgomery.

The North Texas Food Bank provides 175,000 meals perday.  Volunteers must be willing to go through pre-service training themorning of the game at 9 a.m. The project will last until 11 a.m. Kick-off forthe game is scheduled for 7 p.m.

For more information about the project, Cowboy fansinterested in volunteering should contact Joyce Montgomery at 405.744.5145 or jmont@okstate.edu. Missouri Tigers fansshould contact Michelle Murphy at 573.884.1910 or murphymi@missouri.edu

CONTACT: BrittneyRochell | OSU Communications | 405-744-6260 | brittney.rochell@okstate.edu 

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