Canyon Crest Academy Boys Soccer Holiday Fundraiser at CCA Farmer’s Market
Canyon Crest Academy Boys Soccer team is holding a Holiday Greenery Fundraiser Oct. 9 through Nov. 5. Holiday greenery can be purchased at the team booth at the Farmer’s Market at Canyon Crest Academy on Thursday, Oct. 18, and Thursday, Oct. 25, from 3:30-7 p.m. or directly from any CCA Boys soccer player. Pre-purchased items will be available for pick up at CCA on Dec. 8, from 9 a.m.-noon.
Players will pre-sale holiday greenery, including five 9-foot Douglas Fir, Nobel Fir and Grand Fir trees. They will also be offering wreaths and garland by the foot. The trees and greenery are from Oregon and trees will be freshly cut within two days of delivery to guarantee freshness throughout the holiday season. Funds raised will help purchase new team uniforms and needed soccer equipment for the team.
The Canyon Crest Varsity Boys soccer team had a remarkable season in 2012 and hopes to continue its record of excellence both on and off the field in 2013. The CCA Boys Varsity Soccer team program is generally considered one of the top teams in D III each year and selected the 2011 CIF San Diego Section All-Academic team for soccer.
Last season the team was ranked in the top 25 California High School programs by ESPN Rise. CCA Soccer has consistently participated in CIF playoffs under the direction of Head Coach Tom Lockhart. The Ravens will be joining the Palomar League this year, which is the toughest high school league for soccer in San Diego County.
For more information about the Canyon Crest Academy Boys Soccer Holiday Fundraiser, contact Debra Schade at email@example.com.
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