St. Pat’s celebration planned at new alumni house

All alumni and friends are invited to attend the 107th St. Pat’s party, which will mark the official dedication of the Hasselmann Alumni House. The celebration will be held on Saturday, March 14, at the newly completed house, located at 1100 N. Pine St.

The Hasselmann Alumni House will open at 9 a.m. and a dedication ceremony will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Grand Hall.

Commemorative T-shirts will be given to the first 500 guests.

Following the parade, free hot dogs will be available in the beer garden and a Hasselmann Alumni House Supporter Picnic will honor the alumni and friends who contributed to the project.

Make plans now to travel to Rolla for this momentous occasion or attend one of the St. Pat’s parties in your section. Help make the 107th celebration the Best Ever!

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