Sports fundraiser benefits the CHS athletic program

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Sports fundraiser benefits the CHS athletic program

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On Saturday March 24 at 6 p.m., the CHS Coyote Club held a fundraiser at the Agoura Hills Canyon Club in order to raise money for the CHS athletic program. Bonfire, an AC/DC tribute band, and Queen Nation, a tribute to Queen’s Music, performed at the fundraiser. A silent auction was also held in order to benefit CHS athletics.

Each athletic team created a basket with various sentimental items such as signed sports equipment that were up at the silent auction, as well as outside sources that brought in sporting game tickets, restaurant certificates, and other valuable items. The money raised from the event goes directly to benefitting the CHS athletic program. Each sport at CHS is free to use the revenue made from this event towards anything that their team is in need of. 10% of the proceeds are to be donated to Kevin Cordasco’s fund, the Talbert Family Foundation that offers financial support to families dealing with a life threatening illness.

“Toward the end of the year, our funds are unfortunately a little low,” said CHS Vice Principal of Athletics, Mr. Mercer. “We are holding this fundraiser in order to gain revenue so we can support the athletic program with what we hope will be a great turnout at the Canyon Club.”

The athletic fundraiser is one of the main events put on by the Coyote Club each year; however, this is the first year it was held at the Canyon Club. The fundraiser is set to have raised an estimated $3000 that will also help CHS athletics to purchase items not funded by the district or by parents. This fundraiser benefitted the CHS athletic program greatly.

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