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Letter from Lions Booster Club President

Dear Lions Football Families,

Thanks again for another great season of Lions Football! We are looking forward to celebrating the teams’ success at the banquet on December 8th and to especially recognize our seniors. We hope to see you all there!

As many of you know, the Lions Football Boosters Board is managed by a working board of volunteers excited to support the football program through fundraising events and organization of supportive initiatives. A few examples of the support provided by the boosters include professional photography and videography for home games, programs, additional equipment for the team, weekly pasta dinners, senior night, parent tailgating event and the season end banquet. This year the boosters provided additional support for upgraded transportation and travel meals for the trip to Stewartville which the players really appreciated.

We are currently seeking board members for the 2020 season. The board is comprised of a minimum of seven and a maximum of ten. Ideally, the board includes parent representation from all four co-op schools – Providence Academy, Maranatha Christian Academy, Heritage Christian Academy and West Lutheran High School.  Members serve one-year terms and are installed in February to assist with planning throughout the spring and summer. Board meetings are held monthly but frequency may increase August through November. The time commitment varies by responsibility but is a minimum of 10 hours per month during the football season.

If you would like to volunteer or nominate a booster member, please submit name(s) to Jodi Arlt at arltj09@gmail.com by 5:00 pm on Friday, November 22nd. Also, please feel free to contact any booster board member if you would like more information.

If more than 10 volunteers/nominations are received, a ballot listing all nominees will be emailed to booster members for voting in early December.

Thank you for considering becoming a booster board member and/or nominating those who could play an invaluable role supporting our Lions football team!

Sincerely,

Maggie McGurl, President

Rachael Meissner, Vice-President

Theresa Lampe, Treasurer

Jodi Arlt, Secretary

Chad Ahlers, Renee Allerheiligen, Ester Halek and JoEllyn Wicht - Members

 

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For those who were not able to join the Lions preseason parent meeting, replay is now available at:  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcTs-qnTz6CO1YxcxYyLpf9l_L8FYhySW

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