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Wolf legend Ema Smith does this dance every time someone new joins the Coupeville Booster Club. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

As your child steps up, so can you.

With a new school year bearing down, the Coupeville Booster Club is kicking into gear, and the hunt is on for new club members.

In particular, club veterans are hoping to attract the parents of Wolf freshmen.

If you have a son or daughter in the CHS Class of 2022, now would be the perfect time to join the booster club and help it grow as your child begins their path through their high school days.

Depending on how much time or desire you have, you can do a little or a lot.

Want to eventually be the Club President? Now’s the time to plot your rise.

Want to just help out a bit behind the scenes, as the boosters support Wolf athletes and coaches throughout the school year? That works as well.

If you want to get a feel for what the Booster Club does, the first meeting of the new year goes down this coming Monday, Aug. 27.

It’s at 6 PM in the health room, which is the room right outside the CHS gym. Step inside the front doors of the gym, and bam, it’s on your left.

If you have any questions, or want to get the ball rolling right away, contact Wendi Hilborn at wendihilborn@gmail.com.

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   Wolf spikers (l to r) Emma Smith, Hope Lodell and Ashley Menges work at last year’s crab feed, the biggest fundraiser for the Coupeville Booster Club. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Want to be in the inner circle?

Intrigued by the idea of helping Coupeville High School sports reach new heights? Feeling school spirit bursting out of every pore? Have a little bit of spare time?

Well then, I have a deal for you.

With a new school year fast approaching, the Coupeville Booster Club is gearing up for another campaign, and their roster is in flux.

The club needs to add some new board members to round out the group which keeps things chugging along. Whether you have kids at CHS or not, that could be you.

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 being a driving force behind the Wall of Fame in the gym and the record boards for football and volleyball, the Booster Club is the motor which drives Wolf Nation.

For more info, or to sign up, contact wendihilborn@gmail.com.

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Want to run track for Randy King, or play any of a billion other sports at CHS or CMS? You need a physical. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Want a sports physical, but don’t want to go out of your way to set up an appointment with a doctor?

The Coupeville Booster Club is here to make things easy for you with an event May 22 at the high school gym.

Tentatively called “Night of 1,000 Physicals” (OK, I made that part up…), the event runs from 6-9 PM and is open to all CMS and CHS athletes.

Cost is $45 and proceeds will fund a needs-based college scholarship for a CHS athlete, which will be awarded May 2019.

Cash, debit cards and checks are all accepted.

You need to sign up prior to the event, and can do so at:


When you pop over there, you’ll also find a health history form to fill out and bring with you.

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   The Coupeville Booster Club’s annual Crab Feed fundraiser attracted an assortment of people, including John Fisken and Ciara Smith. (Ema Smith photos)

Someone’s excited to get eatin’.

Avalon Renninger, one with the universe.

Wolf volleyball ace Lucy Sandahl checks in on her papa.

   Soccer sensation Genna Wright lays the smack down on her potato. “I am going to destroy you! Absolutely destroy you!!”

“How sweet it is!”

Morgan Pease (left) and Lindsey Roberts have a smile-off.

   Maddy Hilkey (with tongs) and Jake Pease prepare to attack Sarah Wright’s tray o’ crab.

   Having just made it back from the state volleyball tourney in Yakima, Wolves (l to r) Emma Smith, Hope Lodell and Ashley Menges showed up to help serve.

   Former Booster Club bigwig Robyn Myers enjoys the perks of eating crab with husband Rob without having to spend months planning the event.

It’s the biggest social event of the season.

Every year the Coupeville Booster Club puts on a crab feed, and everyone who is anyone shows up to support Wolf athletes and enjoy a mix of taste treats.

As the action went down Saturday night, CHS supernova Ema Smith clicked away, providing us with the pics seen above.

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   Join the Coupeville Booster Club. Otherwise Sage Renninger (left) and Lauren Bayne let the crabs loose. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Ask not what Wolf athletes can do for you, ask what you can do for Wolf athletes.

With a new school year up and rolling, now is a perfect time to jump on the bandwagon and join the Coupeville Booster Club.

Get in while the gettin’ is good, before the annual crab-chompin’ shindig hits town, and get that warm glow in your chest.

There are multiple levels of commitment, up to and including donating your time by serving on the club’s inner circle.

Your basic membership levels:

$25 — Wolf Backer

$50 — Individual

$75 — Family

$125 — Business (includes Wolf flag perfect for hanging in the window of said establishment)

Or, you can make a donation, sponsor a scholarship, contribute an item for the auction during the annual Crab Feed or help in a billion other ways.

Why do so?

Because, if Wolf sports are like a body, the Coupeville Booster Club is the spine, the thing holding everything together and giving it purpose.

It’s an invaluable resource for CHS and CMS coaches, athletes, parents and fans which funds scholarships, buys varsity letters, provides snacks for teams stuck on long bus and ferry trips and clothes Wolf coaches in snazzy polo shirts.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg for what the Booster Club accomplishes.

From helping put on the Homecoming parade to funding the Wall of Fame we raised in the high school gym, the list goes on and on.

To join, there’s a couple of quick and easy options.

You can talk to them at home football games or mail a check (written to “Coupeville Booster Club”) to P.O. Box 452, Coupeville, WA 98239.

Or, you can grab your credit or debit card and pop over to the Club’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/coupevilleboosterclub/

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