Monday, October 22, 2012
Pink Football included the Wyandotte Roosevelt football team playing in pink jerseys Friday night, as well as a silent auction for the jerseys after the game.
Members of the Wyandotte Roosevelt football team gave the shirts off their backs Friday night in an effort to raise money for the fight against breast cancer. Clad in commemorative pink jerseys, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Bears played on their home field against Southgate Anderson. Immediately after the game, the jerseys were sold in a silent auction with those in attendance bidding on the specific jersey they wanted. The event was known as Pink Football and was sponsored by Jeremy Sladovnik, the owner of Joe’s Hamburgers and founder of the nonprofit organization Stars Shining Through. Sladovnik said proceeds from the jersey sale will go to Yes Ma’am, Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital’s program that provides free mammograms…
Friday, October 19, 2012
Silent auction of special football jerseys will take place during Friday's game against Southgate.
Football fans will be able to take home a special memento from Friday's home game against Southgate -- the jerseys right off the backs of the players. The Roosevelt High School varsity football team is holding a silent auction fundraiser in conjunction with October being National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The players will wear specially designed pink jerseys during the game. And then afterward, the jerseys will be auctioned off for charity. Photos of the jerseys will be viewable from 6:20 to 6:40 p.m. on the field before the start of the game, head coach Ron Adams said. “It will include a group shot and individual shots of the player and sponsor for each jersey,” Adams said. “The silent auction is for the ownership of the jerseys.” …
Friday, October 12, 2012
Tickets on sale at tonight's Roosevelt High School football game.
Want to watch the next Roosevelt High School football game in style? Couch Potato raffle tickets will be on sale at the varsity football game tonight, for $1 each. The winner is entitled to a cozy couch behind the end zone at next Friday's game against Southgate, Cindy Cannon has announced. The drawing is Tuesday, and half of the proceeds will go to breast cancer research, and the other half to the Roosevelt High School Key Club.