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McMurry University invites all military and dependents to Military Appreciation Day Saturday, Sept. 28, for free football game


ABILENE, Texas – Active duty and retired military and their dependents are invited enjoy McMurry University’s game against Oklahoma Panhandle State on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2012, at Wilford Moore Stadium. All military members and their dependents will be admitted free with military ID as part of McMurry’s Military Appreciation Day.

Game time and location-kick-off is at 6 p.m. at the Wilford Moore Stadium on the McMurry University Campus the main gate entry is located on Ross Street.
Cost of Admission-There is no cost for the game for military members and their family with members with DOD identification cards.
Parking and Seating Arrangements- Parking can be accommodated along the west and southern perimeters of campus. Home side seating is available on the west side of Wilford Moore Stadium. We would like to invite all active duty and veteran members and their families to join us on the Presidential Pavilion, at the top of the northwest bleachers, throughout the game for festivities
Military Recognition- McMurry invites all active duty and veteran members to join us in the north end zone five minutes prior to half time to accompany us on the field during the half time ceremony swearing in of US Army future soldiers.
“We greatly value the relationship we’ve built with the men and women of Dyess AFB and the armed services. McMurry University is proud to have partnered with Dyess for over 50 years in designing and delivering quality education programs responsive to the needs of its military members as they so nobly serve our nation and the cause of freedom,” said Dr. Paul Fabrizio, Vice President for Academic Affairs. “The planned event for Saturday, September 28, 2013, is just another way for us to say “Thanks” to all the military and their families.”