James Franklin and well over 30 players continued the tradition of a summer trip to Hershey to spend time with the kids at Penn State Hershey Medical Center.
Among the attendees were Charlie Shuman and Nick Scott, who both danced on behalf of the football team's in this years THON. It was Shuman's second time standing for all 46 hours.
We could spend all day talking about how great of a time it appeared to be, but it's better to just show you.
"Just thinking of them, their sacrifice and persistence, it's something that keeps me going forward." - @NittanyKidNick2— Penn State Football (@PennStateFball) June 21, 2018
More on the @PennStHershey visit, including interviews & more photos: https://t.co/4UK9Uv7NGJ#WeAre pic.twitter.com/oBOwraBWKv
"Anytime we can come to an event like this and put smiles on kid's faces, it's phenomenal. Their smiles are very uplifting."— Penn State Athletics (@GoPSUsports) June 21, 2018
All for @PennStateFball on a special afternoon at @PennStHershey . Read https://t.co/GXsRDuuIZD pic.twitter.com/MyM1p0qYfY
It's all about the fun and love as @coachjfranklin and members of the @PennStateFball team visit the children's hosptial at @PennStHershey. More photos, video and story coming. pic.twitter.com/WUL7DdYSH4— Jason Plotkin (@Jasonplotkin) June 20, 2018