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Photos: Marshall Thunder Herd invades Capital City

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Marshall University Dance Team members perform for attendees of the 17th Annual Paint the Capital City Green event at Embassy Suites in downtown Charleston Thursday evening. Nearly 500 Marshall University fans, all donning the school’s trademark Kelly green, descended on downtown to rally for the Thundering Herd.
Alexis McKenzie, 6, of Coal Grove, Ohio, shakes pompoms with Marshall Cheerleader Sierra Knight.
Marshall President Stephen Kopp talks with Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and West Virginia Coal Association President Chris Hamilton.
Marshall University alumni Rusty Webb with his grandson four-year-old Brydan Marshall at the Paint the Town Green event Thursday at the Charleston Embassy Suites. Bob Wojcieszak/Daily Mail
Paint the Town Green Emcee Mirk Kirtner talks with Marshall University President Dr. Stephen J. Kopp Thursday at the Charleston Embassy Suites. Bob Wojcieszak/Daily Mail
Paint the Town Green Thursday at the Charleston Embassy Suites. Bob Wojcieszak/Daily Mail
The event was presented by Friends of Coal and sponsored in part by Huntington Bank. It is the largest indoor pep rally for Thundering Herd alumni and fans.

The 17th Annual Paint the Capital City Green event drew hundreds of Marshall University fans to the Embassy Suites in downtown Charleston Thursday evening.


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