This year’s guest speaker is Coach Scott Cochran, University of Alabama Football Strength & Conditioning Coach.
The booming voice you hear leading a pre-practice stretch or encouraging a Crimson Tide player to finish a workout session strong is that of Assistant Athletic Director and Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Scott Cochran. The high-energy coach, who is a two-time national strength coach of the year, joined the Alabama staff in 2007 after spending three seasons with the New Orleans Hornets of the NBA as an assistant strength coach. Cochran has been on Nick Saban’s staff for all six national titles, as he served as an assistant at LSU in 2003.
Cochran, in his 12th year at Alabama, is nationally regarded as one of the best in the area of strength and conditioning – and the performances of Alabama’s players on the field prove that to be true. He received one of the highest honors in his field when he was named the 2011 Samson Strength & Conditioning Coach of the Year, as featured in American Football Quarterly. He earlier was named the Samson Strength & Conditioning Coach of the Year following the 2008 season.
Entertainment provided by CHS Jazz Band featuring former Club Member Isaiah Terry.
Isaiah Thompson-Terry is the son of Bethel and Jody Terry. He is a 17 year old Senior at Carroll High School, where he enjoys playing in the Marching, Symphonic, and Jazz Bands. He is also the President of the Spanish National Honor Society. This year, Isaiah was voted “Mr. Carroll High School,” a recognition that he does not take lightly. He also participated in his first play, “Mamma Mia,” where he was able to display his musical gifts, along with acting abilities that he never knew existed. 🙂 Isaiah attends St. Mark AMEZion Church, where he plays drums, sings in the choir, and is a member of the Sons of Varick. In the community, Isaiah is a member of The Outstanding Children of Praise, a church based youth group. Upon graduation, Isaiah will attend Tuskegee University to earn a BS degree I Animal Sciences and a MS in Veterinary Medicine.
We are in search of support for our 2019 Steak & Burger Dinner~Auction.
Event sponsorship opportunities are available and auction items are being sought for this benefit. As a 501(c)(3), the club's mission is to inspire and enable the healthy development of all young people, especially for those who need us most to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens of our community.
You will be pleased to know that the kids attending and performing are served steak while the adults dine on burgers.
A donation of $250.00 or more entitles you to be a “corporate sponsor” . . . In addition to receiving tickets to attend the dinner; you will be recognized for your support via local newspapers-media. If you would like to show your support to the Boys & Girls Club but are unable to attend the event you can donate your tickets to parents of the children who will be performing who can not afford to purchase them.
If you are unable to purchase tickets, you can donate merchandise to be auctioned off in our silent or live auctions. We ask everyone to participate and support our programs and services to the boys and girls in our community to help build character, develop a moral compass and produce responsible citizens.
Presidents Club - $2,000 (Includes up to 40 tickets)
Platinum Club - $1,500 (Includes up to 30 Tickets)
Gold Club - $1,000 (Includes up to 20 tickets)
Silver Club - $500 (Includes up to 10 tickets)
Bronze Club - $250 (Includes up to 5 tickets)
Individual Tickets - $50
Tickets and/or sponsorships may be purchased from a Board Member or at the Boys & Girls Club (195 MLK Jr. Ave, Ozark)
For Additional Information, call 334-445-0512 and speak to Amy, Jessica or Lonnie.