Bash Signals Start Of Football

TONY STINNETT, Courier Co-Editor

The fourth annual Fall Barbecue Bash, hosted by the Cannon County High School Athletic Council, will take place Friday (Aug. 12) on the historic Downtown Square.

A full day of fun is scheduled and food, provided by Christie-Q BBQ and Catering, will be available starting at 11 AM. Player and cheerleader introductions will begin at 6:30 p.m.

All Cannon County youth, junior high and high school football players and cheerleaders will be recognized. The CCHS Harmonic Pride of Cannon County Marching Band will provide music for the evening.

The meal, priced at $10 per plate, includes barbecue sandwich, slaw, beans and a drink. All proceeds go to support the Cannon County High School Athletic Council.

The Fall Barbecue Bash, in its fourth year, has grown tremendously and serves as a sendoff into the upcoming seasons.

Pride Pass On Sale

The Cannon County football Pride Pass is available and being sold during this preseason. The Pass can be purchased for $75 and includes two reserved seat tickets and a preferred parking pass for five home games.

Patrons pick their parking spot and seats. For more information, contact Head Football Coach Joel Schrenk at 563-2144.

Bus Trip Planned

A bus trip is being planned for the football team’s game at Meigs County, Oct. 7.

Cost of the trip is $15 to $20 per person. Seats are available to cheerleaders, teachers, band members, parents and Lions Football supporters.

The first 50 to sign up are guaranteed a seat. For more information contact Christie Love at 684-7497.

Smart Cards Available

Members of the CCHS football team are selling Smart Cards for $15. In order to purchase your Smart Card and take advantage of savings, contact either a Lions football player or coach.