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Local group of baseball coaches stepping up to plate for Todd McDougall

Post by Todd Milles / The News Tribune on Jan. 11, 2013 at 9:53 am with No Comments »
January 11, 2013 9:55 am

A group has formed – “Friends of Todd McDougall – to try and raise money for the ailing Olympia High School baseball coach, who was recently diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor in December.

This group is asking each high school baseball staff to raise $100 among its coaches to send along to the McDougall family.

McDougall
McDougall

Contact points on this committee for each league include Graham-Kapowsin’s Brian Jackson (SPSL 4A), White River’s Mike Williams (SPSL 3A and 2A), River Ridge’s Chad Arko (EvCo 2A), Foss’ Roy Young (Narrows League) and Brad Conn, of the Northwest Conference and State Baseball Coaches Association.

Here is a pertinent piece of information for potential donors:

Goal: Raise $100 from your coaching staff.
Please send donations with a copy of this flyer via mail
to:

Olympia High School
c/o Todd McDougall
1302 North Street
Olympia, WA 98501

Checks and money orders must be made out to Julie
McDougall
. In the subject line PLEASE write Friends of
Todd McDougall.

When you have donated, PLEASE take the time to send
the following information to Brian Jackson
(bjackson@bethelsd.org) for accounting purposes, to
assist Steve Roth (Olympia H.S.) in facilitating the
collection, and our gratitude:

Your name, school and coaching staff you are
representing, and donation amount.

Any questions, please email Brian Jackson at
bjackson@bethelsd.org

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