There will be free hot dogs, soft drinks and water for attendees. Highland's fall sports athletes involved in football, volleyball, tennis and golf will be introduced, and the Rebel Senior and Junior football teams will hold a brief scrimmage.
The event is free and everyone in the community is invited. For more information, contact coordinators Julie Seat or Richard Stowers.
The Highland Rebel Booster Club has funded over $114,000 in improvements and upgrades for the Highland School athletic program since it's formation.
Funded projects include: renovation of turf at Rebel Memorial Field -- 300 loads of fill dirt, new grass and installation of a drainage system; travel bags for the football and volleyball teams; dugout racks for softball; lights at the tennis courts; bats for the baseball team; sponsorship of the athletic banquet; a washer and dryer for basketball; run-through at Rebel Memorial Field; a ball machine for the tennis team; the Rebel Classic Golf Tournament; meals for track, softball and football teams; "Drive One for Your School" promotion; painting the mezzanine at Rebel Memorial Field; serving as ushers at the State baseball tournament; hosting the spring baseball - softball - track bash; hosting the annual football tailgate party to kick off the season; purchasing rolling water tanks for the water boys; and buying gym weights.
The Rebel Booster Club's Mission Statement is, "To support all Highland student athletes and coaches."