Alta Kiwanis News
The passing of the celebration can among the members netted substantial contributions because Katrina did not hot our community. Attendance was low for the regular breakfast meeting of the Alta Kiwanis at 7 a.m., Tuesday, Aug. 30.
Kevin Hammer, head football coach at Alta, gave a run down on this year's team and schedule.
After attending a football camp at Camp Dodge the 39 boys are ready for an exciting year. Only nine seniors support these efforts this year. Although the team lacks depth, it is fortunate to have several boys above 6-feet tall, weighing between 220 and 230 pounds; such size is a definite strength.
Another strength of the Alta team is the lack of turnover of coaching staff. Four salaried coaches and several eager volunteers bolster the team's efforts.
KArl Barker and Doug Allerdings are program chairmen for September.
President Maharry reviewed the schedule of ticket sellers for the football season. October 3 is a tentative date for the induction of officers.
The club approved donating $100 to the school for the purpose of a camcorder for the speech department and the athletic department.
The meeting was adjourned with the Pledge of Allegiance.