Tag Day Celebrates Truman Donors


The week of Nov. 13-17 hundreds of donated items will be tagged with distinctive purple tags in honor of Tag Day.

Each year, generous donors give back to Truman. Their donations help make the Truman experience possible. Established in 2013, Tag Day shows appreciation to these donors and raises awareness of how they impact day-to-day life at Truman.

Donors have a measurable impact in tangible ways, including the Sandra K. Giachino Reavey Sesquicentennial Plaza and Fountain, Red Barn Pavilion and the Del and Norma Robison Planetarium. As well as tangible items, donors also provide support through scholarships and student learning experiences.

In celebration of Tag Day, the Office of Advancement will give away free hot chocolate from 12-2:30 p.m. Nov. 15 by the Student Union Building. Additionally special boards will be located in Starbucks in the Pickler Memorial Library and the entrance to the Baldwin Auditorium throughout the week. Prizes are available for individuals who scan the QR code and share information about themselves and their Truman experience.
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