Claremore is Hosting a BIG Event and Help is Needed!

Claremore High School has been chosen to host the 2017 Regional Wrestling tournament on February 17-18. This is a really big deal to be chosen, and it means that 2,000 – 3,000 people will be visiting our fun little town for the weekend. Also, these folks are our neighbors, so let’s make sure they have a great time and want to return!

Here’s where we need help: Part of the role as host is to provide a hospitality room for the coaches and referees. CHS Wrestling will provide food, snacks, and drinks for the two-day period. Local businesses could help by donating any of these items. Your time would also be appreciated; if you can work an hour or two in the hospitality room, it would be a huge help!

The booster club is also working to create a booklet with coupons and/or business cards from area businesses and restaurants to encourage the visitors to dine and eat at our local stores.

If you are able to help in any way, whether it’s donating a casserole, a pan of baked goods, or a whole slew of potato chips, please contact Bridgett Hunt at 918-746-5950 or email claremorewrestling@yahoo.com.

The booster club is really excited to showcase Claremore, so let’s help them out!

 

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