AUBURN, Ala. – Alabama 4-H members and volunteers from all over the state will gather on the campus of Auburn University Nov. 19 for a fun-filled day. Members can participate in tailgating, Tiger Walk and pregame festivities before entering Jordan-Hare Stadium for the game.
Nancy Alexander, an Alabama Extension specialist in 4-H and Youth Development, hopes that Alabama 4-H members will never forget this experience.
“We are expecting another great crowd this year for 4-H Football Day as the Auburn Tigers take on the Alabama A&M University Bulldogs,” said Alexander.
Registration for the event is open until Nov. 7 and can by visiting Alabama 4-H online.
Tickets for the game are $20 for 4-H members, staff and volunteers and $40 for guest and family. Each ticket includes entrance into the game, lunch and a 4-H T-shirt.
Check-in time is three hours before kickoff and will close one hour before kickoff. Participants must not be late to check in. Check-in is across the lawn from the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Art on Woodfield Drive.
There should be adequate parking for 4-H buses and other cars but it is a first come, first served basis. Once there, participants will sign in and receive the ticket voucher and exchange it at the AU Athletics table for a game ticket.
For more information about 4-H Football Day, contact your county Extension office or Nancy Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (334) 844-2219.