The Village: "CU Football Continues "Five-For-Feeding-The-Hungry"
MURFREESBORO, N.C.- The Chowan Football program announced details for their annual service project on Tuesday. Head Coach Tim Place and his band of Hawks will be raising funds as part of their own "Five-for-Feeding the Hungry" campaign, aiming to provide food to local families in need during the Thanksgiving holiday season. Beginning October 20th and continuing through Friday, November 17th, the Chowan football program will be accepting $5 donations (or as much as individuals are willing to contribute) for the cause. All funds raised will benefit those in need in the Murfreesboro area. Donations will be accepted at the Chowan University football offices in the Pond Center, as well as at the two remaining home football games October 21st (3:00pm) and October 28th (1:00pm). Please contact the Chowan University football offices at (252) 398-6288 with questions. 

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Lady Eagles Host Third Annual NCCU Invitational Thursday-Friday   The two-day event will start with two round of doubles play Thursday morning beginning at 9 a.m. The first-round quarterfinals matches for all three singles flights will take place after lunch Thursday starting with the Maroon flight at 12:30 p.m.  Admission is free to all matches. Kevin Buczek

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