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Volunteer Opportunities

 Team Meals The SFGC has a long standing tradition of feeding the varsity team a meal each week. This year we will have them on Thursday night after practice, 5:30 p.m. Volunteering to help with team meals is a lot of work but we consistently hear that it is very fun and rewarding!  

 For more information:
Team Meal Volunteer Sign Up

Team Meal Schedule:
Team Meal Schedule

 The SFGC is responsible for selling concessions at the home varsity football games.  This volunteer opportunity is the primary responsibility of the freshman players and parents.  This allows all 10-12 grade parents the opportunity to watch their sons play on Friday night. 

 10-12 grade players attend a semi-formal banquet.  The semi-formal banquet is a large project and can offer a wide variety of ways for volunteers to help. 
 Cookie Crew

 The cookie crew either bakes or buys cookies for the varsity team after each game.  The SFGC also purchases sport drinks for the players. 
 Fog Machine and Banner Crew

 This tradition started in 2011 and our players love it!  Along with the help from our student managers, we need some volunteers to help hang the banner and run the fog machine at home games. 
 Golf Tournament

 Our primary booster club fundraiser is the Gridiron classic.  Held annually in early August, our golf tournament is a great chance to have some fun with other parents, the players on the team, and the coaching staff.  A big event like this takes a lot of work to help solicit hole sponsors, in-kind donations, and silent auction/raffle items. 
 Youth Fundraiser

 The 2014 season was the first time our youth program conducted a fundraiser which raised just over $6,000!   
 Sideline Photographer

 Our program has been very fortunate to have had multiple volunteers photograph our team during games and practices.  Many of these photo's are available for viewing on this page.  Please consider offering your services to help our players chronicle their playing experience! 
 Pioneer Days  Parade  Football players from Youth to High school walk the parade with coaches.  Help is needed from parents to carry water for the players and have treats (purchased by the SFGC) available to hand out.