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Sports : Trenton Offering "Season" Athletic Passes
Posted by Tom on 2014/8/14 7:00:00 (120 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton Athletic Booster Club is currently selling season passes for the 2014-2015 school year. Passes will cover admission for both middle school and high school home events, including football, softball, volleyball, wrestling, and track.
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Prices are $60.00 for a family pass (immediate family members of the home), and $30.00 for an individual pass. Regular admission to R-9 sports events are, Adults $3.00 and Students $2.00. Student sports participants will be admitted free to home events. They will be required to give their name to the gatekeeper, who will check them off a list. ALL passes must be presented at the gate.

Seasons passes can be purchased at the Trenton Middle School office, or with Treasurer Martha Roberts at the Hoffman & Reed north store. Passes will also be available at early season Trenton sports events, including high school softball (August 16th and 28th), volleyball (August 25th), JV football (September 1st), and varsity football (August 15th, August 29th, and September 5th), in addition to middle school volleyball (September 29th), football (September 25th), and softball (September 15th).

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