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I Love ISU After Hours Celebration set 5-7 p.m. Sept. 17 in Pond Student Union

September 16, 2015
ISU Marketing and Communications

POCATELLO – The I Love ISU Campaign Celebration and Business After Hours will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Sept. 17 in the main lounge area on the Pond Student Union’s main floor.

The total amount raised for the 33rd annual I Love ISU Scholarship Campaign will be announced in this event sponsored by the Greater Pocatello Chamber of Commerce and the scholarship campaign.

ISU faculty and staff, and the general public are invited to attend and enjoy the festivities, food and beverages, the latter supplied by Watkins Distributing.

This annual campaign, running this year from Sept. 1 through Sept. 17, is the most recognizable fundraising effort at Idaho State University. Each September, more than 150 volunteers dedicate their time to contacting local business owners, alumni and ISU employees requesting their support for scholarships. This year’s chair is David G. Gates, Fire Chief of the Pocatello Fire Department and the co-chair is Mary Vagner, retired School District No. 25 superintendent.

“Come join us to support the success of this year’s I Love ISU scholarship campaign that has raised funds to give deserving Idaho students the opportunity to go to college and make a difference in the future,” Gates said.

The campaign included Pocatello, American Falls, Blackfoot, Idaho Falls and the surrounding communities.
All gifts and pledges made in support of the I Love ISU Scholarship Fund will be awarded to Idaho residents during their freshman year at Idaho State University and continue through their four years of academic study.

During the campaign, donors could also direct their gifts to other areas of the university including colleges, departments and student programs.

For more information on the celebration or on how to donate, visit iloveISU.org or contact Kallee Valentine at (208)-282-2994 or valekall@isu.edu.


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