Stampede Express,YMCA team up
The San Angelo Stampede Express of the Intense Football League is getting ready for a spook-tacular good time this Halloween. In an effort to provide a safe, family friendly activity this Halloween season, the Stampede Express will be teaming up with the YMCA for their annual Halloween Festival.
The Stampede Express will be sponsoring a football toss booth at the Halloween Festival. Participants will get a chance to test their accuracy throwing the same game ball used by the San Angelo Stampede Express players. Candy and Stampede Express posters will be presented to the winners. Participants will also get a chance to meet Stampede Express personnel and kids will enjoy spending time with our mascot Stomper.
The Halloween Festival will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2005 from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm. It will be held in the Gymnasium of the Old YMCA Building located at 353 South Randolph. The cost is $3 for youths and $6 for families. For more information on tickets to the Halloween Festival stop by the YMCA, call David Hendricks at (325) 655-9106, or log-on to www.ymcasanangelo.org.
The Stampede Express will begin their 3rd season in the spring of 2006, with 7 action packed games at the San Angelo Coliseum. Season tickets are currently available by calling 947-DOWN (3696) or 653-9577. Box seats are available for $100 each until Halloween. Stampede Express Football... Get in the Game!
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