SMSU ATHLETICS: Mustang Booster Club to start monthly meetings on Wednesday; Host ‘Kickoff Picnic’ this Saturday

MARSHALL — The Southwest Minnesota State University Mustang Booster Club and has announced it will hold its first monthly luncheon on Wednesday and will also host a “Kickoff Picnic”, which includes a free meal for all Mustang Booster club members, prior to the SMSU football Ag Bowl game on Saturday.

The first monthly Mustang Booster Club meeting will be held on Wednesday at the Pizza Ranch in Marshall beginning at 12 p.m. Meetings are open to Booster Club members and prospective members. Wednesday’s meeting will be a fall sports update with Mustang head coaches.

The Mustang Booster Club will host one monthly luncheon meeting on the third Wednesday of each month.

The Mustang Booster Club also announced it will serve a free meal for all 2021-22 Mustang Booster Club members from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 18, at the Schwan Regional Event Center parking lot as part of the annual Ag Bowl, presented by Ralco. All current Mustang Booster Club members and individuals looking to join the Mustang Booster Club for 2021-22 will receive a free meal courtesy of the Mustang Booster Club. Individuals can sign-up for the Mustang Booster Club at the picnic and receive the meal.

Hy-Vee, Chartwells, the SMSU Culinology Department and Lingen Dairy, have teamed-up to serve an incredible meal, including chicken sandwiches, pulled pork sliders, chicken drumsticks, honey Cajun tomatoes, caramel apple slices, ratatouille, butternut squash and shakes.

The SMSU football team hosts the University of Mary for the annual Ag Bowl with kickoff slated for 6 p.m.

All Mustang fans are welcome to the attend both events. We hope to see you there and thank you for supporting SMSU Athletics and SMSU student-athletes.

For more information on the Mustang Booster Club, including season ticket information, go to SMSUmustangs.com/BoosterClub.

— Content courtesy

of SMSU Athletic



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