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Legends Host Plano ISD Night, Presented by LeTourneau

Official Release | December 4, 2018

The Texas Legends are proud to announce a partnership with LeTourneau University that will tip off with Plano ISD night on Wednesday, Dec. 5th.

Plano ISD night, benefitting the Plano ISD Council of PTAs, will be a celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Council.  The Council of PTAs was formed October 4, 1988 when representatives from 15 Plano ISD PTAs voted to join together and form one council for all of Plano ISD.  Since then, the district has grown to 70 local PTAs which serve as the liaison between the local, area, State, and National PTAs, school administration, and the general public.

PTA is the largest (and oldest) volunteer child advocacy organization in the nation, focused on realizing every child’s potential by engaging and empowering communities and families.  PTA has been instrumental in the establishment of Kindergarten classes, hot and healthy lunch programs at schools, mandatory immunizations, and many more programs both locally and nationally.

For the 30th anniversary, the Plano ISD Council of PTAs is looking to hit a landmark 30,000 members.  Fans will be introduced to the council Dec. 5th and educated on the mission and goals as well as how to join and support the efforts.

“We are excited to celebrate such a landmark with Plano ISD and the Council of PTAs,” said Legends President/General Manager Malcolm Farmer.  “Thanks to LeTourneau for making this all possible and all of the volunteers at the Plano ISD Council of PTAs for all of the work they’ve put into the game and making this school year a successful and memorable one for the kids.”

On Wednesday, the Legends will wear specialty jerseys designed with the LeTourneau logo and color scheme incorporating the Council’s logo throughout the Legends’ wordmark.

The Legends (6-7) and Stars (5-6) will face off for the third time this season with the series currently tied at 1-1.   Wednesday’s game tips off at 7pm and tickets can be purchased by calling 214-469-0822 or visiting www.TexLegends.com.