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SGA Vice President James Kirk, Main Street Manager, Jessica Palumbo and Commissioner of Public Works Woody Getz worked for over a year to plan Frostburg 101 which originated as a Town Hall idea.
By Megan Alvarez
What is Frostburg 101: A Taste of the City?
Frostburg 101: A Taste of the City will be held on Saturday, September 10 and aims to acclimate Frostburg State University students to the many businesses and restaurants of the town. Participating businesses and restaurants will being having special offers for the events participants, including discounts and giveaways. Starting at 1pm on the day of the event students can take shuttles provided by Safe Ride from locations at Edgewood Commons, Annapolis Hall, or Brady Health Center up to the Parish Hall Lot and proceed to the courtyard of St. Michael’s Church. Once in the courtyard, students can register for the event and pick up their “passports.” The passports act as incentive for students to visit the various locations where they can get their passport stamped in hopes of qualifying for various prize drawings. more>