According to Boosters member Michelle Berry, the Centennial Boosters are facing a busy week with Homecoming fast approaching.
The Centennial Boosters is a non-profit organization that is run by volunteers. They sell spirit wear, and they run the concession stands at sporting events. This week, they will be selling their wares during lunch, outside the cafeteria. The Boosters will make an appearance at Back to School Night, and they will be in business all day on Homecoming.
Centennial sports’ spirit wear is not sold by the Boosters, but what they sell can be worn to games. This includes their new item, the Centennial temporary tattoos. These cannot be worn in school or while playing a sport, but the Boosters are promoting them as something to be worn by the fans. They will be sold at sporting events along with sweatpants, sweatshirts, T-shirts, and other items. The profits go towards extra- curricular events including Drama, sports teams, Wingspan, and After Prom.
“Support the Boosters and you’ll support all after school activities, not just the athletics,” says Michelle Berry. Support can be shown by purchasing items from them or by becoming a member. The only requirements for membership are to be a Centennial parent and to give a donation. The Boosters can be found at many after school activities, but they also have a website (centennialboostersonline.com) where jackets, dry fit polos, and other spirit wear can be purchased.