Boiling Springs football hoped to buy new blocking sleds. Without fans, some teams may lose valuable fundraising opportunities from concessions. COVID-19's impact on booster clubs and teams is costly.
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No new blocking sleds right now for Boiling Springs. No new tractor for Shippensburg baseball. The pandemic is having a financial impact on team fundraising efforts.
Big Spring's booster club could lose around $2,000 per football game if there's no season or if there are no fans. Concession stands play a key fundraising role for some teams.
Cedar Cliff baseball and Cumberland Valley football's booster clubs have lost fundraising time during the spring but have some options to continue raising money.
The Sentinel took a look at the impact of COVID-19 on schools, from drawing up plans, creating unique summer schedules and the costs of high s…
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The COVID-19 Impact: More Zoom, more virtual tours, more livestreaming and the challenges recruits and college coaches face
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