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Seventh Annual Nathan Hale Gridiron Fest, Saturday, June 18

June 13, 2011

The West Allis Nathan Hale Gridiron Club is proud to host the 7th Annual Huskies Gridiron Fest, at Danny Lynch's (Hwy 100 & Lincoln Avenue) , Saturday, June 18 - 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm.

 

The Gridiron Club and Gridiron Fest were established seven years ago by the parents of the Nathan Hale Football team to help provide the necessary support to maintain a quality football program at our school. Our mission is to provide the tools that are outside the school district's financial responsibility necessary to win Championships, boost school pride and involve as many student-athletes as possible in a positive, support atmosphere.

 

Gridiron Fest will offer food and beverages along with a variety of raffles, a silent auction, music, and a lot of FUN and Camaraderie! There is no entrance fee and everyone is invited. You must, however, be 21 years of age or older to attend.

 

The Club, Head Coach Sean Hegarty, his team of assistant coaches and players greatly appreciate your support.

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