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Argyle native performs at Rose Bowl
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ARGYLE - An Argyle native was part of the festivities Saturday when the Wisconsin Badgers played in the Rose Powl in Pasadena, Calif.

Lynn Dickman, who is the daughter of Karen Foley and Bruce Dickman, performed along with the University of Wisconsin marching band during this year's Rose Bowl game. She graduated in December with a major in Dairy Science and Ag Business.

Dickman has been in the marching band four and one-half years. In addition to playing trombone, she was a member of the Sigma Alpha agricultural sorority and the Association of Women in Agriculture (AWA) for her college years. One of her major contributions to AWA was her role as chair for the Breakfast on the Farm event. During the four years chairing the event, her main duties were handling publicity, donations, and food.

As part of the marching band, Dickman attended three other major bowl games, Capital One, Outback, and Champs Sports, to support the Badgers, as well the NCAA men's basketball tournament and the men's hockey national championship.