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Letter from Lions Booster Club President

Dear Lions Football Families,

Welcome to the 2019 Lions Football season! My name is Maggie McGurl, President of the Lions Football Booster Club. We are looking forward to another exciting season. We welcomed Colin Rooney as the new head coach last year.  Coach Rooney was named district coach of the year and Lions went undefeated for the regular season, I’d say we had a successful year!

The Lions Football Booster Club was formed to provide financial contributions to the football program. The money raised is primarily from our families becoming “Booster Members” and by sponsorships in the game program.

Money raised by the Booster Club is used to fund a wide variety of items to help improve your

sons’ football experience. A small sample of what we have funded includes:

  1. iPads for taping
  2. Running back arches
  3. Coaches’ headsets and training
  4. Pre-game pasta dinners subsidies  
  5. End-of-season banquet subsidies
  6. Photographers and videographers to document the season  
  7. Senior and coach gifts

Your tax deductible Booster membership is essential to making our football program a success.  100% of the money raised directly benefits your sons. Keep in mind that for every $100 donated you will receive a season pass for free admission to all home (non-playoff) games.  Please consider one of the levels below, or create your own:

  • $50 Single Membership
  • $100 Blue Family Membership (includes one 2019 season pass)
  • $200 Gold Family Membership (includes two 2019 season passes)
  • $500 Coaches’ Club (includes five 2019 season passes)
  • $1,000 Lifetime Membership (lifetime season pass)

We ask that you please go to to register your membership.

Teaching our boys to give back to the community is an important part of our football program. Please look for more communications on how we can help them achieve this through volunteer opportunities and engagement.

Please contact me or any board member with any questions, comments or ideas.

Thank you for your support.


Maggie McGurl

President, Lions Football Boosters

+1 (516) 456-7208


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The Minnesota State High School League is a voluntary, nonprofit association of public and private schools with a history of service to Minnesota's high school youth since 1916. Today, nearly 500 schools are members of the League. Most - about 435 - are actual high schools. The remainder are either special schools or home schools. These member schools provide opportunities for athletics and fine arts competition for more than 200,000 high school students statewide each year. Member schools annually choose to join the League. The League exists to provide competitive, equitable and uniform opportunities for high school students to learn valuable lessons through participation in athletics and fine arts. The League also provides support for member schools with programs that address sportsmanship, chemical health, scholarship recognition. The League also oversees more than 4,500 registered contest officials and judges. The League provides educational programs for coaches. The Minnesota State High School League neither solicits nor receives any state funding. Most revenue comes from state tournament ticket sales, broadcast rights, and corporate partnerships, plus some from the sale of tournament merchandise. The League also annually returns hundreds of thousands of dollars to schools which had participants in state tournaments and contests to help offset the costs associated with "Going to State."

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