Our football kids have been offered an opportunity for service hours with our professional rugby team RugbyATL Rattlers who play their home games at Life University. The details are below, but the first game is an exciting one that is happening this Saturday evening at 7:00 (volunteers need to be there at 2:30 and will be able to watch the game and be fed).
For the first game, for simplicity we will look to do this with just the 10 kids, but may break the job down into two shifts (a set-up crew and a breakdown crew) to allow more kids to participate. It should be a lot of fun for the boys to be so close to the action watching some incredible athletes run, tackle and score!
RugbyATL is looking for 8-10 boys to help with field set-up and breakdown for their home games. The dates of the games are:
May 8 7:00pm vs. Toronto Arrows (who play home at Life as well due to Covid) "Fire and Ice" game (see ad link below--in MDJ 5/5 also)
May 15 8:00pm vs. New England Free Jacks
May 29 8:00pm vs. LA Giltinis
June 19 8:00pm vs. Houston Sabercats
June 26 8:00pm vs. Old Glory DC
In return, RugbyATL will allow our team to have a table for selling spiritwear and/or coupon cards.
Additionally, they will donate $1,000 to LHS Football for each game that we work. It is a really great opportunity for all of us!
The link to sign-up is https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080B4FA4AF28A46-lassiter
I hope you will encourage your kids to be part of this. It is a great local sporting event and the kids will have a great chance to see some professional athletes up close and personal. It is a fun event for all families to enjoy!
If you have questions please contact Shelley O'Malley at email@example.com.
See below video for important details about this spring and upcoming fall season.
We are excited to welcome you to the 2021 Trojan Football Season. As part of the Lassiter Touchdown Club executive board, I am excited and honored to be able to introduce a wave of changes that we feel will energize and anchor a successful and fun season.
We will get the best news out of the way… NO MORE DIBS. For those who do not know, this was a program of volunteering that some perceptions were more of a burden than a joy. Usually, anything that someone pays money to not need to do, is a sign that this is not what we really WANT to do. Our intent is to be incredibly grateful to those who have come before us. Those who included their child into our program. Those who volunteered their time and invested their money and heart into this program. They may or may not sense their contribution was appreciated. We do appreciate each parent, patron, player, alumnus, faculty member, and visitor that makes our experience even better when we have more of you in the stadium.
This is only the first of many visions we have for our program. We plan to INCORPORATE and INCLUDE more of our wonderful student body, faculty, and community.
What is the TROJAN way of financing a program? FULL TIME incorporation. 1/3 Player, 1/3 Parent, 1/3 Community. Through this approach, we can offer a product that competes with our neighboring programs for substantially less direct investment from a member parent.
Players will do two fundraising programs, discount card sales, and the email campaign. These two programs will make up the efforts of the players to earn through solicitation throughout our community to have people support their work, attend our events, and give to the cause. We feel that this is especially important in the lessons this program teaches of self-sufficiency and getting out and speaking positively about your community. Learning through action about pride and a skill that is probably even more important than throwing, catching, and running, but verbalizing and acting. $400 is deposited by every member on behalf of each player, that the player earns back by participating in the sale of the coupon cards. The money is kept by the family as the cards are sold.
Parents have economic responsibility for their dependent student athletes. We have many competing activities we could get these young people involved within our community. The fees associated with this year-round event are affordable when viewed with the understanding that this activity is developing them in ways that support the on-going competitive spirit. Speaking up for yourself, pushing through physical obstacles, learning more about your own character in ways that may not always look so pretty, are some of the lessons we are paying for. Our $665 fee for one player in the household and $250 per for the additional members, is for the entirety of a year. This is an annual fee that allows coaching and access to facilities that far exceed a personal training session. We also have medical professionals who assist in teaching and developing the individual young athlete.
Our Community Sponsors are essential to our success as a program. We absolutely could not afford to provide the quality of facilities and coaching staff that we do without them. Please support these companies and individuals who support your TROJAN community. If your small, medium, or large business can make a tax-deductible contribution to become a TROJAN themselves, please put the executive board in touch with them. Our year-round sponsors will be on-hand at our festival, our games, and many of our parent meet and greet events. Our procurement of sponsors and especially the branding partners within the stadium, could not be accomplished without on-going support.
Our goals for the Lassiter Touchdown Club this year are as follows –
A sign-up genius connection will be on the website that allows all those who want to take their talents and put them to good use with this organization. We will tap shoulders from time to time, but we want to hear what you can, and want to do to contribute to our community. Please give feedback. Send to Kirk@McElreathteam.com, to inspire an influence that was not thought of before.
Our Calendar will be constantly updated on the website. We plan to have face to face parent meet and greets and other activities that will allow us to further connect. All members are welcome at board meetings.