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CLAY SHOOT TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER

 

June 15, 2024

Pull! For The Future Of Our Students: Sporting Clay Event

Sponsored By: Embers, Chopper Charters & Signs Now

  • DATE: JUNE 15, 2024

    TIME: 8:00 AM

    LOCATION: OZARK SHOOTERS (759 US-65, WALNUT SHADE)

    For registration stop by Embers Cigar Lounge at 17 Downing St or call 417-334-7070.

    DATE: JUNE 15, 2024  TIME: 8:00 AM  LOCATION: OZARK SHOOTERS (759 US-65, WALNUT SHADE)  For registration stop by Embers Cigar Lounge at 17 Downing St or call 417-334-7070.

     

     

  • Lane Sponsorship - $200

    Team Sponsorship - $400

    Team Sponsor WITH a Lane Sponsorship - $500

    TEAM ENTRY AND LANE SPONSORSHIPS

 

MISSION STATEMENT

The Hollister Schools Foundation is committed to breaking down the barriers to learning for students through partnerships and programs that serve the needs of the whole child.

Our aim is to empower students to achieve their academic goals and dreams for the future while leaving an imprint of love and hope on the young lives touched by the Hollister R-V Schools.

donation for meal balances
The Hollister Schools Foundation has once again stepped up to help pay down student meal debt. Foundation board chair, Meranda Trinkle, and treasurer, Denise Olmstead, presented Hollister R-V School District Superintendent, Dr. Brian Wilson, and Assistant
Hollister Schools Foundation board members Ryan Gdovin, Denise Olmstead, Meranda Trinkle, and Kyle David present a check to Coach Neal and her Esports team.

The Hollister Schools Foundation presented Hollister R-V School District Assistant Superintendent of Operations, Dr. Sean Woods, with a check for $750 to help pay down student meal debt. 

The money originated from a donation made to the foundation for the use of paying student meal debt by the Branson Masonic Lodge# 587.

"We are deeply grateful for the generosity and kindness shown through this donation,” shared Woods. “This is just one of the many examples of how our community comes together to support our students in need, and this donation will go a long way in helping to alleviate the burden of student meal debt."

 

The Hollister Schools Foundation helped pay down student meal debt. Foundation board chair, Meranda Trinkle, and treasurer, Denise Olmstead, presented Hollister R-V School District Superintendent, Dr. Brian Wilson, and Assistant Superintendent of Operations, Dr. Sean Woods, with a check for $1250 to help pay down student meal debt.

The money originated from a donation made to the foundation for the use of paying student meal debt by the Masonic Home of Missouri.

Dr. Wilson expressed gratitude to the Hollister Schools Foundation and the Masonic Home of Missouri for their generous donation of $1500. "This kind gesture contributes to paying down student meal debt during a season when families struggle a bit more to make ends meet," he said. "We are appreciative of the ongoing support of the Foundation and the Masonic Home. This donation is just one example of our strong community ties in Hollister and the dedication of everyone to the welfare of our students."

The Hollister Schools Foundation presented a check for $1,000 to the Hollister High School and Middle School Esports program.

Earlier this school year, the foundation held its Inaugural Esports Tournament to raise money to help support the foundation's mission of breaking down the barriers to learning for students through partnerships and programs that serve the needs of the whole child.

Hollister Schools Foundation Chair, Meranda Trinkle, shared that the board voted unanimously to donate a portion of the proceeds to the Esports program. "The coaches and students were very accommodating and an integral part of making our inaugural tournament a success. We are excited to be able to contribute to helping meet some of the needs for such a great program that appeals to a wide range of students, including those who might not typically participate in traditional sports. Esports provides an inclusive environment where students of various backgrounds and abilities can come together and compete on a level playing field."

 

 

WHO WE ARE

  • The Hollister Schools Foundation is a 501(c)(3) established in 2009 to provide financial resources for educational and enrichment opportunities beyond the daily operational needs of the school district. The Foundation is governed by a board of directors and financial accounts are managed by the Community Foundation of the Ozarks.

    The Hollister Schools Foundation provides assistance through classroom grants, support staff project funding, student post-graduate financial assistance, in-classroom student financial assistance, and after-school program fees.

  • Meranda Trinkle, Chair

    Ryan Gdovin, Vice Chair

    Kandace Plott, Secretary

    Denise Olmstead, Treasurer

    Sidney Roach, Board Member

    Alice Yeager, Board Member

    Mandy Farrow, Board Member

    Kyle David, Board Member

    Sandy Cooper, Board Member

    Dr. Brian Wilson, School Liaison

    Kim Connell, School Liaison

     

  • foundation@hollisterschools.com

    Hollister Schools Foundation

    c/o Hollister R-V School District

    1914 State Hwy BB

    Hollister, MO 65672

GET INVOLVED

  • Are you our next board member? The Hollister Schools Foundation is looking to add volunteer board members. If you are interested, visit our website for an application or email us at foundation@hollisterschools.com.

    Are you interested in becoming a volunteer board member? Click HERE to apply.

  • The Hollister Schools Foundation is looking for volunteers to help with fundraisers and other events throughout the year. If you would like to be a friend of the foundation and are interested in volunteering, click HERE.

  • Would you like to support the Hollister Schools Foundation through a monetary donation? Fill out this FORM or donate ONLINE.

APPLY FOR FUNDS

  • Any senior student enrolled in and graduating from Hollister High School who has post-secondary college or trade school plans. Additionally, any student enrolled in the Hollister R-V School District in need of in-classroom financial assistance or after-school program fees.

  • Any teacher employed by the Hollister R-V School District seeking financial assistance for classroom supplies or programs and support staff seeking project funding that will enhance the education of the students in their classrooms.

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Thank you to our Inaugural 2v2 Rocket League Tournament Fundraiser Top Sponsors! Grand Champion Signature Sponsor: Modern Woodmen and 1st Place Prize Sponsor: Titanic Museum.

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Thank you to the Hollister Alumni Athletic Games Tournament Fundraiser Event Sponsors!

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