Greendale Panthers Athletic Booster Club

homecoming-tailgate
Friday, September 26 • 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
CATCH THE HOMECOMING & GREENDALE PANTHER SPIRIT
Join us for this fun-filled, pre-game event at the Panther Pub on Broad Street.
Dinner will be served right outside of the restaurant in the tent.

Panther Pub • 5651 Broad Street • $5
Enjoy a Hamburger, Brat, or Hotdog Basket. Baskets include your choice of sandwich
plus chips, pickle, dessert, and water or soda.

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Congratulations to the four GPABC Scholarship winners. Each student will receive a $1000 scholarship from the Booster Club.
  • Hailey Kazik
  • Douglas St. Onge
  • Natalie Burton
  • Nicole Price
The GPABC is committed to support the students athletes of Greendale High School through fund-raising and community building activities. On behalf of the GPABC, we wish you the best of luck in college!
The GPABC is proud to welcome the following new board members:
  • President: Greg Thomson
  • Vice President: Stephanie Rehl
  • Treasurer: Todd Hajewski
  • Secretary: Kristen Mattes
We thank our outgoing leaders for their service to the Booster Club.
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To everyone who participated in the first annual Dan Mattes Scholarship Fund Golf Outing. The event was a great success!

NEXT MEETING:

Our next meeting is Wednesday, October 8 at 6:30 p.m., in the Library at GHS. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month unless noted.

Future Meeting Dates: Oct. 8, Nov. 12, Dec. 10, Jan. 8, Feb. 11 March 11, April 15, May 13 and June 10

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You can help promote and encourage a continuing spirit of enthusiasm in and for the Greendale High School athletic program by joining the Greendale Panthers Athletic Booster Club.

The Greendale Panther Athletic Booster Club was established to promote and encourage a continuing spirit of enthusiasm in and for the Greendale High School athletic program. Specifically, the non-profit civic organization engages in activities which:
  • Financially and physically assist the Athletic Department and the Athletic Director.
  • Develop between educators, parents, and the general public, united efforts in order to secure the highest advantages for the Greendale High School student athlete.
  • Raise funds in a non-political and non-sectarian manner, which are used to benefit all Greendale High School athletic teams and programs.
  • The GPABC has contributed over $500,000 since 1999 to help fund Greendale High School’s 22 boys and girls athletic programs, and facilities.