PLAYING FOR PREEMIES SEPTEMBER 24

On Sept. 24th at the Clements/Ardmore football game, we are having "Playing For Preemies" Night.  Ardmore High School Athletic Department is teaming up The Melissa George Neonatal Fund and The Huntsville Hospital Foundation for this event.  We have some special things going on that week and that night.  All proceeds go to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Huntsville Hospital.

1st Event: We are going to pre-sell game t-shirts in the weeks leading up. (Grey shirt with Melissa George and game logo).

2nd Event: Four businesses to sponsor one quarter of the game for $250.  Those 4 sponsors would get their logo on the back of the game t-shirts.

3rd: Amy George will be our special guest for the pep rally that day.  High School Pep Rally will start at 2:15.  All three administrators are going to take a pie in the face from 3 lucky students.  Students can buy a chance to "Pie the Principal" for $1 during the week.

4th: Mr. Johns, Principal at Cedar Hill Elementary is taking a pie in the face too.  Students can buy a chance to "Pie the Principal" for $1 during the week. We are doing a mini pep rally at Cedar Hill at 8:30 that morning to draw the winner.

5th: Dr. Casey Lewis, Principal at Johnson Elementary is taking a pie in the face too.  Students can buy a chance to "Pie the Principal" for $1 during the week. We are doing a mini pep rally at Johnson at 9:30 that morning to draw the winner as well.

6th:  Huntsville Hospital Foundation is setting up an informational and donation booth at the game that night.  The NICU nurses will serve as honorary captains for the coin toss.

Special Invitation: You are all invited to participate in any and or all of these events.  The NICU is very special to me and my wife as our 5 month old daughter spent the first 52 days of her life there.  We are so grateful for the nurses and doctors that made our stay as comforting as it could be in such a stressful time.  We are excited about the opportunity to give back to such a great group of people..... Rusty Bates, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director, Ardmore High School
 
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