Priority seat selections for Ramona High’s annual football fundraiser, Friday Night Lights, are due before Aug. 9.
Reservations may be made with Joan “A.J.” Snelling at 760-518-3302 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She encourages reservations as soon as possible.
The annual fundraiser offers fans an opportunity to “enjoy RHS football at its finest.”
Participants will avoid the long lines and hassle of finding a good seat by purchasing Season Football Reserved Seat passes that include gate admission and an assigned seat number, that is “yours for the entire season and is good for all levels of play: varsity, junior varsity and frosh,” said Snelling, who is helping to coordinate the effort.
The reserved seats are on the 50-yard line and are identified by their contoured shape in either a red or blue color.
Adult passes are $80 per seat and children’s passes for ages 12 and younger are $25 per seat.
“I suggest that you go to the stadium if you have never purchased seats before and decide what row and seat or seats would be desirable,” said Snelling. “I will make every effort to accommodate unless 2012 seat holders have renewed the seats you have chosen.”
All funds raised go to the football program, with a designated portion of the total funds collecting being retained by the Ramona Bulldog Booster Club (RBBC) per an agreement established by Damon Baldwin, varsity head coach and the membership of RBBC, noted Snelling.
RBBC is a voluntary nonprofit club that supports all athletic and non-athletic clubs and organizations approved by RHS.
“Our goal is to increase interest, loyalty, pride and attendance at all school activities as well as help make those programs be as successful as possible,” said Snelling.
In previous years, RBBC has provided partial funding for transportation, uniforms, equipment and general grant requests for various RHS athletic and non-athletic student groups, she noted.
“This was accomplished with membership support and involvement,” she said. “Your involvement does make a difference. Your help is both needed and appreciated.”
Snelling concluded with: “Go, Bulldogs! See you under Friday Night Lights.”