Back the Mavs – 2019 Premium Tailgate Experience

Back the Mavs Premium Tailgate Experience

  • Winner and 3 guests will enjoy a premium tailgate experience from the endzone of Maverick Stadium during the October 25th Marshall Mavericks homecoming game vs. Nacogdoches. The lucky winner will also take home all of these fabulous items (valued at $1,000.00) to make sure the fun doesn’t stop when the game is over!
  • • Marshall Maverick Yeti Tundra Haul Portable Wheeled Cooler and 4 customized folding bag chairs donated by Patterson Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Marshall
  • • Custom built Marshall Maverick Corn Hole boards and bags donated by First Methodist Day School
  • • 6 custom leather Marshall Maverick coasters donated by Anne and Sam Mangrum and made by Vandal Leatherworks
  • • A $200 gift certificate for the Marshall Maverick Sideline Store courtesy of Paul Reynolds & BSN Sports
  • • Snacks and waiter service throughout the game
  • • Dinner and dessert provided by Dairy Queen of Marshall

Tickets are $1 each and can be purchased from Patterson Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Marshall, First Methodist Day School or any Marshall Education Foundation member.

Drawing will be held on October 22, 2019.

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Marshall Education Foundation Hosts Reunion Fundraiser

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MEF will be sponsoring a Reunion for the Class of 1990 State Football Champions

The Marshall News Messenger covers the event!

6:00PM Oct 10 at Charlie’s Backyard Bar

Tickets are $40 and all funds go to supporting our MISD students and teachers with active grants to improve their educational experience!

The foundation is set to host a fundraising event at 6 p.m. on Oct. 10 at Charlie’s Backyard Bar with members of the 1990 Marshall High School Maverick state football championship team and coaches.

“We will recognize the 1990 Maverick state champions and have various food items as well as a silent auction and possibly a live auction,” the foundation’s Executive Director Nancy Fessler said Wednesday.