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FUNDS NEEDED FOR NEW TRACK EQUIPMENT
The all-weather track and field is becoming a reality after years of effort by Restore the Roar and the McClatchy Community. The Sacramento City Unified School District has invested in replacing the 50 year old dirt and grass facility with a modern all-weather facility for the school. The project is expected to be completed on November 1, 2017 in time for the Soccer and Track seasons.
Restore the Roar and McClatchy Athletics have started a fund drive to raise $85,000 to purchase new track equipment for the new facility. The school needs to repace everything from track starting blocks to pole vault pit and poles. Join the McClatchy Community to make the facility first class from the stripes on the track to high tech timing equipment.
You can help by donating below. All donations are tax deductible. Restore the Roar has 501(c)(3) status under state and federal tax laws (EID 39-2062956 )
FLEET FEET SACRAMENTO DONATES $10,000 to TRACK FUND
At C.K. McClatchy's Back to School Night on September 28, 2017, Fleet Feet of Sacramento presented Restore the Roar with a $10,000 donation to "jump start" the efforts to purchase new equipment for the new all-weather track and field currently being installed at McClatchy. Former Fleet Feet Owners, Jan and Pat Sweeney, and current owners, Staci and Dusty Robinson, presented the oversized check to School and RTR Leaders during a cermony in front of the iconic school on Freeport Boulevard.
School Board President Jay Hansen, Principal Peter Lambert, Athletic Director Rob Feickert and RTR President Denis Ishisaka accepted the check surrounded by CKM coaches and student athletes.
This donation starts the campaign to raise $85,000 for new equipment for the facility. Jan Sweeney offered the support with great words of encouragment to the running community and stressing the imporatance of exercise for everyone from young school aged children through adulthood. Fleet Feet hopes to partner with McClathcy to offer the new all-weather track facility as a community resource. THANK YOU FLEET FEET, THE SWEENEYS AND THE ROBINSONS .
LIONFEST I SELLS OU
Thank you to the Lion Community
Over 300 attendees ate and partied at the First Annual LionFest on Saturday, September 30 at the Park Terrace Swim and Tennis Club. Guests feasted on terrific food from local restaraunts, beer from New Helvetia and Markstein, and wine from local wineries.
Music from the Pointer Brothers and a great selection of silent auction items helped Restore the Roar raise funds for all sports programs and kick- start the fundraising for the new Track Fund.
A BIG THANK YOU to all sponsors, food and beverage vendors and guests for a great evening.
Restore the Roar board members join the Revelry at LionFest I