MASON CITY VS. NEWMAN CATHOLIC BASKETBALL PRE-SEASON “PRIDE SCRIMMAGE” GAME ON NOV. 16
ALL PROCEEDS DONATED TO UNITED WAY
MASON CITY, IA Oct. 29, 2010 ñ It has just been announced, the Mason City High School & Newman Catholic’s JV & Varsity Girls’ Basketball teams will square off inside Mohawk Gym on Tuesday, November 16 at 6:30 p.m. The Iowa Hall of Pride Challenge has provided a platform for both teams to play a regulation pre-season game, with all proceeds donated to United Way of North Central Iowa.
The Iowa Hall of Pride Challenge is a statewide community service initiative providing a wonderful opportunity for our cross-town schools to come together and have a positive impact in Mason City. Not only will all proceeds from the game be donated to the local United Way, but both teams will be participating in a community service project. Basketball players will be helping to prepare & clean-up meals, coordinate wellness & educational activities, and help-out with other necessary duties at Charlie Brown Preschool and Child Care Center in Mason City.
Both Mason City High School & Newman Catholic will be eligible for statewide recognition, and a chance to receive 1 of 5 $500 grants for most outstanding community service project in the state. T-Shirts will be sold at the high schools & middle schools for $10. T-Shirt sales will be held this week and next. Wear your LIVE UNITED T-Shirt to the game, and get in FREE. Tickets will be $5 for adults, and $3 for students, kids under 5 are FREE.
United Way of North Central Iowa is helping people, changing lives and building community by focusing on the building blocks of a better life: education, income and health. United Way believes when you reach out a hand to one, you influence the condition of all.|