Members of the CSU golf team help a young fan with the art of putting Tuesday
April 22, 2009
By Zak Gilbert
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Approximately 1,000 kids, most from Fort Collins and northern Colorado, filled the Moby Arena floor on Tuesday night for Ram Jam 2009.
The free event, the CSU athletic department's largest annual community outreach, was a big success. Most of the Rams' student-athletes and coaches, as well as equipment managers, athletic trainers and cheerleaders, were on hand to interact with those in attendance. The Group, Inc., real estate, American Family Insurance, and Wendy's sponsored the evening. Most kids received a free T-shirt, popcorn, soda and goodie bag.
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