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Fridley Varsity Football Game
Join us for Youth Football Night as the Fridley Tigers Tackle Cancer in partnership with the Randy Shaver Cancer Research and Community Fund!
“Tackle Cancer” is a statewide initiative headed by the Randy Shaver Research and Community Fund in partnership with the Minnesota Football Coaches Association. Their mission is “To support the cancer community in Minnesota by funding research, prevention,
treatment and other programs relating to the cancer community needs.” To date, over $4 million has been raised, and 90% of all donations go directly to cancer research and treatment.
But more can be done!
Attend the game on Friday, October 12th. Donations of any amount can be made at several locations throughout the stadium, or purchase a balloon to recognize
someone who has been affected by cancer. The suggested donation for a balloon is $1.00. Balloons purchased will be
attached to the end zone fence during the game and released as the game ends.
Donation buckets will also be available at each District 14
school during the entire week of October 8th.
Fridley's Youth Football teams will be recognized at halftime along with their coaches.
Come out to the game, cheer on the Tigers, and help us
“Together, we are the Key to the Cure.”
More About Fridley High School
Fridley High School has a full range of courses and activities for students in grades 9 through 12. Most notably, Fridley High, along with the rest of the schools in District 14, has been certified to offer an International Baccalaureate program. Global studies guide students to focus on the world around them, from Fridley to the countries of the world whose flags decorate the halls.