Annual Kick-Off Sports Dinner features Terry Sheets Band, supports high school athletic program

Annual Kick-Off Sports Dinner features live music from the Terry Sheets Band, and supports high school athletic program.
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The Winters community can help to support the high school athletic teams and programs all while enjoying music from the Terry Sheets Band and a tri-tip dinner at the Winters High School All Sports Boosters 2019 Kick-Off Sports Dinner on Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. at the Winters Community Center. Tickets to the Kick-Off Sports Dinner are $45 each. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and dinner will be served at 7 p.m. Tickets include a dinner from the Buckhorn Food Truck featuring tri-tip, chicken, mashed potatoes, beans, and rolls.  The Terry Sheets Band is coming out of retirement for the evening to perform live music from 8-11 p.m. at the event to help raise money for Winters High School athletes and sport programming needs. Dinner attendees can help to raise funds to benefit the WHS All Sports Boosters through the purchase of cocktails, raffle tickets and auction items. WHS All Sports Boosters President Shelly Baylor said they’re still accepting items for the raffle and silent auction. The WHS All Sports Boosters helps to provide scholarships for WHS athletes and special request equipment to WHS sports teams. Most recently they provided the volleyball team with new jerseys. Athletic department wish list items include new jerseys for the boys basketball team and a mat for the high jump.  Baylor said the number of tickets are limited and sure to sell out fast since they include live music by the Terry Sheets Band. To volunteer, donate raffle items or to purchase tickets contact Baylor at 530-400-6307, email wintersboosters@gmail.com or message her directly on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/whssportsboosters. Payment is accepted by cash, check, Square or  Venmo payments @winters-boosters.]]>

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