Penn State athletics is currently holding its Helping Happy Valley campaign and on Thursday it encouraged fans to hold Penn State themed dinners to support local business.
A number of fans and Shane Simmons took to social media to show off their dinner spread.
Defensive end Shane Simmons posted a teaser video of his mother’s cooking and eventually the graduate senor and his mother both shared a photo of the food.
Along with the Simmons family, a number of fans displayed Penn State gear and supported the campaign.
@coachjfranklin @PennStateFball #PSUFamily dinner in Sewickley:food from our local 424 Walnut & Saffran’s mkt,drinks by McLaughlin Distillery.Dessert by @psucreamery, Charity shirts by @PSUClothesTFC for #HelpingHappyValley. Masks by @BLACKPEARLCEO. Missing our 107k family! 💙🙌🏼 pic.twitter.com/A1a7imVzq0— Kathy Kas (@PghNittany) May 21, 2020
@coachjfranklin said to have a Penn State themed family dinner on Thursday & that’s exactly what we did!! Tailgate🍔!! @Fred_Younce representing @pennstateWREST, Norah loves her @PennStateVBALL, & Jacob showing @PennStateFball pride!! #WeAre pic.twitter.com/Zdh3A8eupH— Angela Zamana-Younce (@Mrs_Fred_Younce) May 21, 2020