SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 2020
ELK RIVER HIGH SCHOOL
TEAM TOURNAMENT & INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT
THE ELK RIVER WRESTLING CLUB HAS MADE THE DECISION TO CANCEL THE TOURNAMENT. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO REGISTERED, PLEASE KEEP US IN MIND NEXT YEAR!
Kyle Brehm and Nate Dahl are organizing this fundraiser on behalf of American Cancer Society.
Several years back, Kyle and Nate decided to enter the Old Timers Tournament with some friends. Last year, they decided to wrestle for a cause, and raise some money. They ultimately raised $3,400 to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital!
Kyle and Nate will be back again this year, and will be wrestling to benefit The American Cancer Society. In addition to donations, they would love for other participants and/or teams to help in the fundraising effort.
Can you help the cause? Visit the web page link to the left to enter your donation, or contact Kyle at firstname.lastname@example.org to join in the fundraising effort!
Monday, April 13
ERHS Health Room, #170
***To be held as a conference call. Contact info TBA.
Tom Osberg, President
Robert Erickson, Vice President
Ericka Larson, Treasurer
Karen Pool, Secretary
Miles Strain, Member at Large
Two board positions are open for a two-year term, beginning in June.
* Vice President: Shall serve as director of the fundraising committees, as well as election judge. The Vice President will also work on special projects as designated by the board.
* Treasurer: Shall make a report at each board meeting. The treasurer shall assist in the preparation of the budget, help develop fundraising plans, and make financial information available to board members and public. The fiscal year will run from June 1st to May 31st .
Nominations are being taken now. Please contact Rob Erickson for more details at email@example.com.
The Elks Took Down Cancer in 2020!
The Elk River wrestling team took their shot at raising money for the Randy Shaver Cancer Research & Community Fund at their dual meet on February 7th against Champlin Park High School. A total of $761.16 will be donated.
March 9, 2020
Randy Shaver Cancer Research and Community Fund
1660 South Highway 100
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Re: Takedown Cancer Event
To whom this may concern,
Please accept the enclosed check for $761.16. This is the amount that the Elk River Wrestling team raised during our Takedown Cancer night that was held Friday, February 7, 2020 when we faced Champlin Park in our final dual of the year.
It was a great week of participation from our Varsity and Junior Varsity wrestlers. During the week, they sold $1.00 name cards to family, faculty and classmates in the days leading up to that Friday night. On the name card, the buyer could write a name of someone they were memorializing that lost their fight to cancer and/or a name of someone that they were honoring who is winning their battle with cancer. Each team member was given a goal to sell five. They all reached their goal and we are very proud of their accomplishment. On the night of the event prior to the varsity dual, I explained the fundraiser to all in attendance and made an announcement that for the next two minutes (the time of one wrestling period) we would be going up in the crowd to collect any donations. So, with assistance from our three captains and the three captains from Champlin Park; they went into the crowd and collected over $400.00 in two minutes!
Thus, from the sale of the name cards, the two-minute fundraiser and a $250.00 donation from us, we are very proud to donate the enclosed check. We plan to continue this as an annual event. In the seven years that we have been participating, we have raised $5,781.63. On behalf of the Booster Club and the entire Elk River wrestling family, we appreciate what you do for the community and your efforts to Takedown Cancer!
Elk River Wrestling Boosters
WE'VE GOT IT IN ELK RIVER!
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
2020 OFF SEASON WRESTLING
Eligible to kids in grades 2-12.
WHEN: Every Monday,
March 16 - May 11 from 6:00-8:00 pm. Schedule may depend on State Freestyle and Greco weekend competition.
PRACTICES: A total of 7-8 practices with 4-5 of them hosting a Clinician from SCSU, Augsburg or U of M. Practices will consist of fun agility time, drilling time, and live wrestling.
WHERE: Elk River HS Wrestling Room
COST: $50.00 per athlete with a signed waiver before they can step on the mat.
PURPOSE & GOAL: To give wrestlers a house spring program that will focus mainly on wrestling on their feet. Focusing on setups, movement, defensive and offensive scoring.
This will be an opportunity to get extra mat time and still compete for a few extra months. The goal is to offer a program for those that want more mat time but are not yet ready to attend specialized training sites or regional spring training sites.
Contact Gary Ebner with questions at 763-200-0014.
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