Coosa High School students took to the football field Thursday afternoon for a series of powder-puff football games that raised money for the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia.
The three games involved girls from every grade level including senior and coordinator of the event Kaylee Clayton. Clayton wanted to combine her desire to play powder-puff football before she graduated, and the need to raise awareness for sexual assault into Thursday’s game which was her senior project.
Clayton sold tickets to the game in the lunchroom proceeding the event and all money raised from those sales went straight to SAC. Shirts purchased and worn by the actual players had a percentage donated as well. The game also had a concession stand with money raised from sales donated to SAC.
At the time of the game the event raised over $500, not counting money raised by the concession stand. Kimberly King, director of programs for the SAC, attended the game and thanked Clayton for her project.
How did students and adults work together as a team?
The first team was made up of girls from the freshman and sophomore classes with the other two teams consisting of juniors and seniors
How did you accomplish your goals?
Clayton wanted to combine her desire to play powder-puff football before she graduated, and the need to raise awareness for sexual assault into Thursday’s game which was her senior project.
What challenges did you face and how did you overcome them?
She handled everything from ticket sales to collecting tickets and had a notebook that logged everyone who bought a ticket.
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