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Hey Wolf Pack fans, let’s turn San Francisco Silver and Blue!

Nearly 20,000 Wolf Pack fans are gearing up to make the journey to San Francisco for the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl this weekend, and the Boys & Girls Club wants to help them arrive in style.

The Club will be offering free window painting for the first 100 vehicles on Friday, Jan. 7 from 2-5 p.m. at the Club’s Donald W. Reynolds facility, located at 2680 East 9th Street in Reno. Show your Wolf Pack pride with University of Nevada Wolf Pack stencils, phrases and more, right before the Pack puts the hurt on Boston College.

“The Boys & Girls Club has a long history with the University of Nevada, partnering in tons of programs that give our 9,000 members a great appreciation for higher education,” said Mike Wurm, chief professional officer of the Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows. “This is another opportunity to allow the kids to express their pride as part of the enthusiastic growing community of Wolf Pack boosters.”

Although donations will be accepted during the event, there is no cost for window decorations.

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