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Pop Warner board to meet

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The monthly Pop Warner Football & Cheer board meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at South Lake Tahoe Recreation Complex, 1180 Rufus Allen Blvd. in the Cedar Room. There are still board positions available including vice president-director of cheerleading, publicity director, Snack Shack director, team manager and Web site manager. Elections will take place at this meeting for any interested parties. Coaching positions are still available and coaches are eligible to be board members in addition to coaching. Plans for the upcoming season, fund-raising and volunteers for sign-ups which will begin during the local elementary and middle schools open houses, as well as much needed volunteers for the upcoming season will be discussed. We are also very excited about a new division for the upcoming 2005 season, Tiny-Mites, which will give the younger children in our community (5-7 years of age) an early start in the Pop Warner organization.

Everyone is invited to attend the board meetings, which are conducted at 5:30 p.m. the third Thursday of every month at the Recreation Complex.

Anyone who would like to help out on the board or is interested in volunteering during the 2005 season, or would like to learn more about the program and how it runs, should plan to attend Thursday’s meeting. For more information call Lisa Slater at (530) 544-6736 or Jean Yingling at (530) 577-2503 or visit http://www.southtahoepopwarner.com.


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