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Your booster club would love to hear from you. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Mark your calendars!

The Coupeville Booster Club has three more general meetings scheduled during the 2021-2022 school year, with all open to the public.

This is your chance to see how the sausage is made and offer input on how the boosters can best continue to support athletics at Coupeville High School.

Remember – if you don’t show up, no complaining afterwards.

All three meetings will be in the health room at the CHS gym, which is the first door on your left as you step through the doorway.

Tip-off for each is 6 PM, the meetings go down on Thursdays, and masks are required on school grounds.

Circle the dates on your calendar:

Jan. 20
Mar. 17
May 19

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The Coupeville Booster Club supports Wolf athletes like these mud-soaked football players. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s the circle of (athletic) life, and you can play a major part.

The Coupeville Booster Club, which provides invaluable support to Wolf athletes, is having a membership drive, and would love for you to join the party.

The club is holding a meeting this Thursday, Nov. 18 at 6:00 PM in the health room in the CHS gym.

Walk in the front door of the gym, like you’re heading in to watch basketball or volleyball, and boom, that’s the room on your immediate left.

The booster club is at the forefront of funding Wolf athletes and coaches, and offers participants multiple ways of helping out.

From supplying athletic letters, to making sure athletes have snacks on road trips, to helping CHS coaches purchase new equipment, to maintaining the Wall of Fame in the gym, it’s the motor which drives Wolf Nation.

 

If you want to get a jump start before Thursday’s meeting, pop over to:

https://www.memberplanet.com/s/coupevilleboosterclub/membership-2021-2022/?fbclid=IwAR3H5-y8iUEskuXvG6DKSrSKMvIHlWDKLSWNDBG-hgLUYQJgCeUsuIhJtpg

 

Or, get fancy by scanning this:

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CHS volleyball coach Cory Whitmore applauds your decision to join the booster club. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

They need you!

You, and you, and even you in the back there. All of you.

The Coupeville Booster Club, which provides invaluable support to Wolf athletes, is kicking off its annual membership drive Friday, coinciding with this year’s Homecoming football game.

If you attend said game — 7 PM at Mickey Clark Field, with Cascade (Leavenworth) making the long trek from Eastern Washington to be the foe — there’ll be a booster club tent where you can sign up.

Or, you can get a jump on things and do so from the comfort of your chair, or couch, or wherever you’re currently sprawled as you read this.

 

For more info, and to join the movement, pop over to:

https://www.memberplanet.com/s/coupevilleboosterclub/membership-2021-2022/?fbclid=IwAR3H5-y8iUEskuXvG6DKSrSKMvIHlWDKLSWNDBG-hgLUYQJgCeUsuIhJtpg

 

Or, get fancy by scanning this:

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Be all you can be. Join the Coupeville Booster Club. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

All hands on deck.

The Coupeville Booster Club plans to go full tilt into next school year, and is putting the call out for those interested in joining the group.

There will be a membership meeting Wednesday, June 2 at the Penn Cove Taproom (103 S. Main – across from the elementary school). Things kick off at 6 PM.

As the pandemic fades and sports and activities get back to normal status, the booster club will be extra-busy, and is in need of new blood.

Parents of both high school and middle school students are encouraged to attend the meeting.

Board members have voting rights, work on projects throughout the year such as the annual crab feed fundraiser, and get to be at the forefront of funding Wolf athletes and coaches.

From supplying athletic letters, to making sure athletes have snacks on road trips, to helping CHS coaches purchase new equipment, to maintaining the Wall of Fame in the gym, the Booster Club is the motor which drives Wolf Nation.

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Maria Reyes and Co. keep the Coupeville Booster Club hummin’ right along. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Abbie Martin (left) and Leann Levitt sell Booster Club gear at a Wolf football game.

COVID-19 can’t keep the Coupeville Booster Club down.

The ongoing pandemic will prevent the group from hosting its annual athlete appreciation banquet, but that won’t stop the boosters from giving everyone a send-off.

The club is teaming with Coupeville High School coaches and Athletic Director Willie Smith, and will hand-out Wolves memorabilia to athletes Thursday, June 11 at the CHS gym.

Things start at 3:30 PM.

Booster Club members, coaches, and Smith will wear masks and gloves to protect themselves and students.

Athlete can get their memorabilia directly from their coaches, but have to maintain required social distance.

The give-away caps a busy, productive, and memorable school year for the Booster Club, which is also awarding scholarships to seven Wolves from the Class of 2020.

They are:

Natalie Hollrigel ($1,300)

Avalon Renninger ($1,000)
Lucy Sandahl ($1,000)
Gavin Straub ($1,000)
Maya Toomey-Stout ($1,000)
Sean Toomey-Stout ($1,000)
Ulrik Wells ($1,000)

The Coupeville Booster Club is comprised of parents, staff, alumni, friends, and businesses.

The club provides assistance to Coupeville athletic programs through volunteerism and financial support, while purchasing supplies, equipment, and capital items beyond what the school athletic budget provides.

Their objective is to support Coupeville athletic programs, its coaches and athletes, and to raise school and community spirit.

If you’d like to help support the Booster Club, contact them at coupevillebc@gmail.com.

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