Cassville tailgates, fundraises before home opener

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

From left, Cassville High School seniors Audry Holman, Kelsey Roney and Hannah Scott, along with Treslyn Pollreisz, Cassville Middle School volleyball coach, ask for donations toward Project Graduation before the Wildcats football team's home opener Friday night. Pollreisz, mother of a Cassville High School senior, said the class of 2015 is raising money for the event on graduation night. Jason Johnston reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Sigma Epsilon, a service sorority in Barry County since about 1978, and family members tailgate before the Wildcats football team's first home game Friday night. Megan Cox, left, and Tiffany Bomke, middle, are the sorority's co-presidents. The sorority sponsors a high school senior girl each year, buying school supplies and donating a college scholarship for the student, Bomke said. It also operates Project Prom, where the sorority provides prom dresses for high school girls. About 13 or 14 girls received dresses the previous school year. Jason Johnston reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Justin Gates, of Cassville, grills hot dogs at an annual tailgating event Friday hosted by Sigma Epsilon and its family members before the Wildcats football team's first home game. Jason Johnston reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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