October 3: Join the teams for the 5th Annual American Heart Association Dinner and “Red Out”

AHA

Please join our boys and girls soccer teams on Thursday, October 3 for the 5th Annual American Heart Association Spaghetti Dinner and “Red Out” at Deer Park High School.  The afternoon begins with dinner provided by Krimmer’s Italianette from 4-6:30 p.m. in the Deer Park High School cafeteria.  For $10 per person, you can enjoy spaghetti with meat sauce, salad, a breadstick, and lemonade or water, plus your ticket to the boys and girls soccer games.  Baked goods may be purchased from our soccer athletes. 

Carry-out is also available so you can easily take your meal out to the stadium to cheer on your Deer Park Wildcats as they take on Felicity-Franklin.  Varsity girls game begins at 5 p.m. with varsity boys action following at 7 p.m.  Please wear red to show your support of both your Wildcats and the efforts of the American Heart Association. 

American Heart Association staff will be in attendance to offer “Stayin’ Alive” Hands-Only CPR, Know Your Numbers free blood pressure screening, teach the warning signs of stroke- F.A.S.T., and provide the latest information about vaping. Be sure to stop by the table staffed by AHA team members.

All proceeds will go directly to the American Heart Association.  

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Who:
Deer Park Soccer Teams
American Heart Association

What:
American Heart Association Awareness Event
Spaghetti Dinner and soccer matches ($10) 

***Note: Admission prices for the game only (dinner not included) will be $6. All Deer Park Youth Soccer Players will receive free admission to the game (dinner not included) by wearing their DPYS jersey.***

When:
Thursday, October 3
Dinner: 4-6:30 p.m.
Girls Game: 5 p.m.
Boys Game: 7 p.m.

Where:
Deer Park Jr./Sr. High School
Dinner: Deer Park Jr./Sr. High School Cafeteria (dine-in or carry-out)
Games: Harry Yeaggy Family Stadium/C.R. Piercey Field

Why:
To raise awareness and funds to fight heart disease and stroke, the nation’s #1 and #3 killers of all Americans. All proceeds will directly benefit the American Heart Association.