Mitchell Quarterback Club to host Avon football, Sacred Hoops director

MHS and DWU coaches will be speaking while special guests Tom Culver and Jordan Long will be in attendance.

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The Mitchell Quarterback Club will host Avon football coach Tom Culver and Scared Hoops program director, Jordan Long, at its meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27, in the Freight Room at The Depot.

Coaches representing Mitchell High School and Dakota Wesleyan University programs will also speak at the event.

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