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Cancer Benefit September 10th, 2009 Coach Knight speaking

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Ron Skoronski and Forward Lymphoma invite you to

save the date for “A Knight with the General”

When:

Thursday, September 10

Where:

The Legend at Bergamont, 699 Bergamont Blvd, Oregon, Wisconsin

Time:

6:00 pm - cocktails & appetizers;

7:30 pm - Fireside chat with the General

Cost: $400 per person

Two time US Open Champion Andy North

will be attending.

Many celebrities from the sporting

world have been invited.

For more information or to reserve your spot:

Contact Michelle Moore at (608) 890-0949 or michelle.moore@uwfoundation.wisc.edu

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Ron Skoronski record holder for the biggest 6X6 Elk

will be attending

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Bob Skoronski Green Bay Packer Legend

1953-1968 Left Offensive Tackle

Team Captain Offense

Ice Bowl, Super Bowl I and II

Many other Sports Celebrities have been invited.

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College Coaching Legend Bob Knight will speak.

If you are in the area try to attend.

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The original site for the Knight With The General

was changed to another site due to overwhelming

request for tickets. The initial plan was 50 seats.

Here its is tuesday night and the event is thursday

and the total tickets sold already for Foward Lymphoma

is 187. It has been a smashing success.

http://www.forwardlymphoma.org/images/layout/A%20Knight%20with%20the%20General.pdf

The Skoronski Family has donated 2 Super Bowl tickets

Coach Knight has donated 2 tickets to The Final Four

at the raffle event. Coach Knight has refused any

payment for his speaking or the tickets and has made a

sizable monetary donation to Forward Lymphoma . Knight

has paid for his own air fare from Lubbock to Madison.

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Yes that is a fizzie on that fly rod. It worked really well.

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