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THON 2017: Highlights from the Final Four Hours

by on February 20, 2017 2:23 PM

Dancers in Penn State's 46-hour Dance Marathon look forward to the final four hours all weekend.

The home stretch kicked off on Sunday with remarks from Penn State football Coach James Franklin, followed by performances from crowd favorites Whiplash and the Bungee Jumpers. 

The afternoon took an emotional turn as Four Diamonds families shared stories of their experiences with cancer, the Four Diamonds and THON.

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Go Go Gadjet took the stage for one final performance before the dancers were able to finally sit and this year's $10 million fundraising total was revealed.

Centre County Report's Sierra Phillips was there to capture the last dance. 

 

This video is produced by and for Centre County Report and shared through a partnership with StateCollege.com



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