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Share you Toomer's Final Roll photos with WSFA

(SOURCE: AUBURN UNIVERSITY) (SOURCE: AUBURN UNIVERSITY)
AUBURN, AL (WSFA) -

On Saturday, April 20th, the Auburn community and alumni will join with Auburn University in celebrating a historic tradition with the final rolling of the Auburn Oaks at Toomer's Corner.

WSFA 12 News will be there covering the event and you can share your experience by sending your photos and videos of the final roll to WSFA.com's MY12 page.

There are three easy ways to submit your photos and videos:

-Use Twitter and add the hashtag #finalroll12 to the tweet

-Use the WSFA 12 News app on your smart phone and choose the Toomers Final Roll category when you upload or

-Email them to my12@wsfa.com and put Toomer in the description

Then go to MY12 on WSFA.com later and see them all.

Following the A-Day game at 1:00 PM, downtown Auburn will host the Auburn Oaks Celebration at the Toomer's Corner Intersection.

Downtown streets will close to accommodate the Auburn Oaks Celebration as follows:

11:00 AM – Magnolia Avenue between Gay Street and College Street will be closed to traffic to accommodate the event staging area.

1:00 PM – Magnolia Avenue between Gay Street and Wright Street, and College Street between Thach Avenue and Glenn Avenue, will be closed to traffic to accommodate stage setup and the main event.

Roads will re-open at 10:30 PM, or after stage setup and event cleanup is complete.

In conjunction with the Auburn Oaks Celebration, the City of Auburn's Entertainment District downtown will be in effect from 1:00 PM until 10:00 PM.

Copyright 2013 WSFA 12 News.  All rights reserved.

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