Howling Pack auction to benefit USD student athletes
In addition to hors d’oeuvres, dinner and live music by the Hegg Brothers, the event will feature both a live and silent auction.
Items up for bid range from getaways to Nantucket Island and the Masters Tournament and a trip to see the Final Four to fitness club memberships, concert tickets and Coyote memorabilia.
Tickets are $75 per person or $500 for a table of eight. They are available online at https://www.abcrsvp.com/usdfoundation/start_rsvp.php or by calling (605) 624-5714 by March 28.
The event is sponsored by CorTrust Bank. Calling All Coyotes proceeds will benefit USD student-athlete scholarships.
For additional information, contact Jon Schemmel, associate athletic director for development, USDF, (605) 659-4544, firstname.lastname@example.org; or Jessi McCloy, assistant director of development, USDF, (605) 624-5714, (605) 624-605 624-57(email@example.com.
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