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Senators Rewarding Those Pesky Beavers
04/23/2011 11:00 PM ET
Harrisburg, PA - This past week, the City of Harrisburg experienced a water main break that affected downtown Harrisburg and City Island. It took a couple of days for city workers and contractors to fix the problem, but fix it they did. After the problem was corrected, the New York based contractors were asked what caused the break. The answer, beavers. Yes, that's right, beavers.

Everyone knows that beavers are amazing, work together, and can build dams across big rivers. But who knew that they could chew through thick steel piping. The Senators are so impressed with the strength of beavers, that they want to reward fans who have connections to beavers.

This Monday, the Senators are rewarding fans that have connections to beavers. The Senators are giving fans a free box seat if they can produce proof their last name is Beaver or they are from or currently live in Beaver, PA. But that's not all, the Senators will also give a free ticket to anyone with the last name of Cleaver, in honor of the television show Leave it to Beaver. And if you're named Theodore, Ward, June or Wally, you can purchase a box seat for just $5. Not to be left out, graduates of Beaver College can also purchase a box seat for just $5.

The Senators are planning special events on Monday including a Dam building competition, a Beaver Cleaver look-a-like contest and a "blind race" since beavers have a terrible sense of sight and depend on smell and sound.

This special ticket offer is available in-person only on Monday. The Senators' box office opens at 9:00 a.m. Monday and remains open throughout the day and game.

Tickets to any remaining game this season, are available online through the Senators website 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Sens box office is open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, Monday through Friday, and from 9:00 a.m. until the 5th inning of all Sens home games. To order tickets over the telephone, please call (717) 231-4444.

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