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SDSU, USD To Host Annual Dance Marathons

March 23, 2012, 5:13 PM by Casey Wonnenberg

SDSU, USD To Host Annual Dance Marathons
VERMILLION, SD -

South Dakota State University and the University of South Dakota are not just renewing their rivalry on the football field and basketball court, this weekend they'll be competing to raise money for Children's Miracle Network.

It's the frist time SDSU and USD will hold their CMN Dance Marathons on the same day.

For more details on the events, click the player to hear more from Alex Brummer and Sara Zehnacker, students on the executive board for Dance Marathon at USD.

You can also find more information by visiting websites set up for each of the events.

University Of South Dakota Dance Marathon
South Dakota State University State Thon

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