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The Wetumpka Indians Quarterback Club has several fundraisers throughout the year in order to provide needed supplies and equipment for the teams. As part of our fundraising efforts, the WQC manages the parking area at the stadium and charge $5 per vehicle for parking during varsity games. This is one of our larger fundraising efforts. We are in need of 12 volunteers for each of the home games to work from 5:30 – 7:45 pm. We have assigned games to a specific grade level, but anyone can volunteer their time and efforts. Your help is greatly needed and greatly appreciated!
Please contact Scott Angus at email@example.com to sign up to work one or more of the games listed below.
Friday November 15th - Parents - need 15 volunteers to work
Thank you for all you do to support our boys!
Wetumpka Indians Football Team 2013-2014
Parent & Player Information
Spirit Packs for High School- Spirit Packs are simpler this year. Costs is $80. Membership fee is still $50.
Peanut Butter Jelly Time
Just to let all of the Varsity parents know, the boys are enjoying “peanut butter jelly time” before and after workouts. Coach Perry has put into place having high-protein, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches available to the boys daily. If any parents would like to help contribute, please send in a jar or two of peanut butter and jelly to school. Coach Perry and the boys would really appreciate it. We plan to keep this going now through the season. Also, Coach Perry would like to have towels and soap available for the boys to shower after workouts or practices. If you would like to donate soap or towels, please send them to school for Coach Perry. The towels will be laundered daily for the boys.
Please help us spread the word for donation requests and send all donations to Coach Perry to use at the WHS field house.
Thank you for all you do to support the Wetumpka Indians!
*Special thanks to Tammy Bennett for sharing this!
The Wetumpka Quarterback Club (WQC) exists to provide for and promote the football programs of Wetumpka High School and Wetumpka Middle School. Students involved include Varsity, Junior Varsity, Ninth Grade and Middle School (7th & 8th Grade) players, trainers, managers, coaches and related personnel. The sole focus of the club is to improve the fiscal and structural condition of these programs through funding, support and training in order to maximize our student's opportunities. The WQC will work with the Athletic Director and Coaches to insure that the needs of the student athletes involved in the school's football programs are met.
Class 6A Region 4: Wetumpka, Stanhope, Prattville, Chelsea, Thompson, Pelham, Oak Mountain, Spain Park