Swim for the Cure Jan. 10
Waukee High School Boys Swimming Team will hold their first annual Swim for the Cure meet on Jan. 10 against Southeast Polk. The meet will start at 5 p.m. at the Waukee YMCA, located at 210 North Warrior Lane, Waukee, IA 50263
Although this is only third year for the Waukee High School (WHS) swimming program, the boys team is currently ranked seventh in the state with all three relays and numerous events in the top 24.
“We have relied on the generosity of our local business and supporters,” Daniel Briggs, Head Swimming Coach said. “We have tried to give back through team socials and nights out with the team. Now we are reaching out with hopes the community will help us in the endeavor to fund cancer research to find a cure.”
You can Help:
- Sponsor an Event: For a $20 donation to WHS Boys Swimming you could be a sponsor for one of our 11 events. Your name or business name would be announced at the beginning of the race (both JV and Varsity) and would your logo would be displayed throughout the night.
- “Chuck-A-Duck”: Spectators can buy a rubber duck for $1.00 each and certain numbered ducks have a prize they win automatically. Businesses can participate by donating prizes to hand out like a free game of bowling, free ice cream cones, free appetizer or gift cards.
- Cancer Survivors and Lives Remembered: By donating $10 families can add the name of their family member or friend who either survived cancer or life was claimed by the terrible disease. Name will be scroll on the video/scoreboard throughout the meet.
- Donate: If you would just like to donate to the cause or have your business recognized we would gladly accept any amount of monetary donation and you/your business would be included in the final amount gifted to cancer research. Your advertisement will be added to the meet program as well as any message you would like to include.
Anyone looking for more information or wishing to get involved can contact Briggs at firstname.lastname@example.org. All donated items need to be turned in by Jan. 9.