2-2-02: Hut! HUT! HIKE! Coach Herman Boone Talks About Life-On and Off the GRIDIRON at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
WHAT: The nation’s 11th largest public library, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh invites High School Sports fans and fanatics to meet high school football coaching legend Herman Boone. Boone’s visit is part of CLP’s 2002 Black History Month programming schedule (Experience It!)
Boone’s life is the storyline for “Remember the Titans.”
Inspired and motivated to win, Boone’s football teams amassed an astonishing win/loss record as well as other distinctions. Also, he has been selected Coach of the Year six times. Beyond the turf, the coach faced even more challenges as the Civil Rights Movement progressed.
WHEN/WHERE: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Main Library Lecture Hall (Oakland) Sunday, Feb. 2, 2002, from 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
SCHEDULE: 6 p.m. Pep Rally features High School Sports Trivia contest and prize giveaways, plus area Marching Bands, Drill Teams and Cheerleaders.
7 p.m. Coach speaks.
Free, Seating Limited - RSVP to 412-622-8872
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Through its Main Library and 18 neighborhood locations, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh serves the dynamic and diverse information needs of people living in Western Pennsylvania. The Library is an important community anchor that provides universal access to literature, culture, art, music, history, business and technology.