Join us at MC Fitness & Health on Sunday, September 11 for a free shredding day. It’s a great, safe chance to dispose of personal documents and electronics you no longer need or want, protect yourself against identity theft and fraud, and declutter your home and your life.
Unwanted documents may be brought in in either bags or boxes. All types of paper will be accepted, and staples, paper clips, rubber bands and binders do NOT need to be removed. Electronics will be accepted as well, although cathode ray monitors or televisions will NOT.
Items may be dropped off between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. At the end of the event, Royal Document Destruction will transport the documents to their plant in secure containers in the back of their locked truck. All of their trucks are monitored with a GPS system so they can track their movements at all times. The contents of the secure containers will be destroyed within 24 hours of arrival at the plant and will be under video surveillance and a monitored alarm system while they are on their premises.
The Pollock Family has donated about 60 t-shirts sporting the new team logo to our Booster Club. The shirts come in a variety of colors and sizes. Each family will have their chance to pick ONE shirt on Monday or Tuesday at practice. On Wednesday, any shirts remaining will be available to anyone. A donation to the booster club for your shirt is optional. The kids are now receiving their team t-shirts that were made exclusively for kids and coaches. Kast-A-Way has not yet printed our red t-shirts, if you would like to order one I suggest you call today. These shirts are being printed on a light weight t-shirt from Sport Tek.
Dear Coach, Hope this email finds you well and enjoying the summer. We are writing today on behalf of the upcoming feature film COACH OF THE YEAR: an independent, kid-friendly sports comedy feature film based on the inspiring true story of a rag tag swim team that tries to win a state championship…without a pool to practice in. Director Dave Stott, who has coached swimming for twenty years, hopes that with this film, we will entertain and inspire kids all over the country to learn to swim. Another goal of this film is to raise awareness about drowning as the leading cause of accidental deaths and to help kids all over the country learn to swim safely. The underdog story has been told before, but not for our sport. This is a movie for swimmers (and would-be swimmers), made by people who know the sport intimately and love it passionately, and we’d love for you to be involved. We wanted to ask you and your team to help spread the word about COACH OF THE YEAR, and get you & you