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Hear from the cheer and dance team at today's luncheon.
Reminder: Attend today's UND Fan Luncheon
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Updated: Sunday 09/06/2013 17:17:43 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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Join us today at the UND Fan Luncheon. Hear from coaches, have a great meal and more as you get ready for the upcoming weekend. The luncheon is held at noon at the Alerus Center.

Guests include football head coach Chris Mussman, the UND cheer team, Chuck Gunnerson of Northern Valley Potato Growers and Tim O'Keefe from the UND Foundation. O'Keefe is also this year's Potato Bowl Grand Marshal.

UND Fan Luncheons are held every week of a home football or men’s hockey game. For just $10, fans can enjoy a buffet-style meal, including beverages and dessert, and listen to a variety of UND head coaches, student-athletes and administrators. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. with the program beginning at noon.

For more information about the UND Fan Luncheon visit UNDalumni.org.

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