What's the CHS Legacy Alliance been up to in 2021? Here's a recap! 🏆 3DE - Celebrated the CHS National Champions of the 3DE program!! 🏈Football Team - helped form a parents' club! Distributed payout $$ from the Pumpkin Patch to pay for end-of-season banquet food, trophies, awards, senior gifts and recognition. ⚾️Baseball Team - Met the new coach, assessed needs and purchased equipment and practice uniforms. 🏀Girls Basketball - Provided funds for the team to attend a tournament in Gainesville as well as practice jerseys. Cheered Alina Davis for scoring a career 1,000 points! 🎉Cheerleading - Purchased new competition uniforms thanks to YOUR direct support and donations! 🍎Forest Hills Elementary - provided water and snacks for the teachers' food cart. 🥗Adams Middle School - purchased Cuban sandwiches, salad and chips for a teacher luncheon ❤️Direct Care - provided funds to a cafeteria worker in need, provided meals, airfare, lunches, cellphone repair and grocery money to needy students.
Even with the holidays approaching and COVID interrupting, the CHS Legacy Alliance is still working diligently to support Chamberlain! Here are few items we worked on this week: We celebrated Jake Russell being named County Principal of the Year and nominated him for State Principal of the Year. We purchased shooting shirts for the girls basketball team and raised funds (THANK YOU!) for the cheerleaders' new uniforms. Upcoming plans include a new program called dreamCatchers, which is a new college/career mentoring program to help students prepare for post-grad life, a sale of old Totem yearbooks as a fundraiser as well as Chief apparel and gear. Stay tuned!
It's been thoughts of Fall Season with the Chamberlain High School Legacy Alliance this week...here's what we've been up to... 1. We provided seed money for the Pumpkin Patch and all these proceeds go towards student organizations, based on student volunteer hours. This has been a great community outreach as we meet future Chiefs by teaching cheers and playing catch and meeting parents and families! 2. We provided a gift card to a homeless student to help with food and shelter. 3. We purchased a winter coat for graduate Joe Hodge '20, a wide receiver for Fort Hays University in Kansas (brrrr). 4. We purchased fruit as part of a game day dinners. 5. We purchased the pre-game dinner for the girls volleyball team. 6. We organized the CHS Football Parents Club!!!!! Go Chiefs! (Thanks for all your work at the Pumpkin Patch!!) 7. We provided funding for CHS Senior Antony Guzman '21 to become a US Citizen. Congratulations Antony! 8. We made Senior banners for athletes. 9. We created "Players of the Week" certificates with McDonald's Gift Cards to be awarded by coaches. 10. We raised the funds to provide emblems and achievement stickers for the football helmets. It's been a busy week or two and there is so much more to do! All this is possible because of YOU and our amazing alumni! If you feel inclined to help, we REALLY appreciate it! 100% of donations go to the students and teachers at Chamberlain. #ThisIsChamberlain
It's been another busy week for the CHS Legacy Alliance! We financed the celebration for the girls volleyball senior night, solved a homeless student's transportation problems by purchasing a bike, purchased dress clothes where needed and ties for everyone on the football team for gameday attire, helped a 2020 graduate with some college struggles, and treated some students to lunch and mentorship. PLUS, the football team won!! Thanks to YOUR donations for making these stranger-than-normal days special for so many students and making a difference in the trajectory of these kids' lives. Join this week's donors - Leticia Spokas Worsham '93, Andrea Balanzategui '86, Tye Swenson '95, Amy Moody '87, and Annette Allen Wilson '80 and DONATE at www.chamberlainlegacy.com/donate 100% of your donations go back to the school!!