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2017 Big 33 Football Classic Event

PACT representatives were able to attend the 60th Big 33 Football Classic Event.
2017 Big 33 Football Classic Event

Carmen Henry-Harris, Dr. Dawn Witherspoon, and Lorna Lemelle

On June 17, 2017, representatives from PACT attended the 60th Big 33 Football Classic Event at Landis Field in Harrisburg, PA. Known as the Superbowl of high school football, all-star players from Pennsylvania and Maryland participated. The event provided a great opportunity to highlight PACT to a large population of people from both within and outside of Pennsylvania.

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