Join #NevadaSings and belt out the state song this Thursday

Two simultaneous University of Nevada, Reno events offer students, faculty and staff the opportunity to participate in statewide, record-setting sing-along

Join #NevadaSings and belt out the state song this Thursday

Two simultaneous University of Nevada, Reno events offer students, faculty and staff the opportunity to participate in statewide, record-setting sing-along

Warm up your signing voice and get ready to sing "Home Means Nevada" this Thursday, Oct. 30 at 10 a.m. People across the state are planning to set a record for Most People in a U.S. State to Sing Their State Song at Once. Two events are planned at the University of Nevada, Reno: one at the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center and the other organized by the Associated Students of the University of Nevada on the Quad.

"As the land grant University, it's important for us to do our state proud and participate in these festivities," Caden Fabbi, ASUN speaker of the senate, said. "We're encouraging all students to participate in one of these events."

For those who can't make it to the Knowledge Center or the Quad, the Knowledge Center will be streaming the sing along. At the Knowledge Center, a choir and musicians will help set the tempo for the song. At the Quad, ASUN will lead the event supported by the Nevada Cheerleading Team.

Those interested in organizing their own group or class sing-along, should be sure to register their event in advance. And, afterward, upload a video or photo as evidence. The lyrics to "Home Means Nevada" are also available at the site.

#NevadaSings is one of the many events taking place to celebrate Nevada's Sesquicentennial. 

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