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Campbell-McGovern Serves as Grand Marshal of the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Game

Parade Highlights (Courtesy of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics Communications)

HANOVER, N.H. -- Ivy League Deputy Executive Director Carolyn Campbell-McGovern served as the Grand Marshal for the parade prior to the 59th annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Game on Aug. 4 played at at Dartmouth's Memorial Field.

Campbell-McGovern was selected to lead the parade after her efforts working with the NCAA national office to return to game to Dartmouth after a three-year absence. The game, which took place on Memorial Field for the 49th time, will continue to be played in Hanover for each of the next two years.

The Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Football Game is played annually between all-star teams of graduated seniors from Vermont and New Hampshire. All net proceeds from the game are donated to the three nearest Shrine Hospitals in Montreal, Boston and Springfield, Mass.

New Hampshire won the 2012 game 62-24, scoring a game-record eight touchdowns -– five on offense, two on defense and one on special teams.